Monday, October 10, 2011

27 Days and Counting

What am I thinking about today? Not a lot except that I am a total scrot. Running a marathon is pretty hard, but running while you are 39 weeks pregnant is wicked hard. Then the lady starting feeling contractions towards the end of the race and gave birth shortly after the race. So my Sunday afternoon of spackling holes in the wall, painting, and fixing the deck does not look that impressive anymore. However, I did have a slight hangover so that has to count for something, right?




Somebody was pleased with themselves after they picked some Hastas from the garden, and put them in his batting tee.

8 comments:

Ms. Moon said...

Really? You had to share that? About the woman who...
Really?
Why?

Phats said...

Ha! I saw that story that's just crazy. We tied on our picks! I suggested a tiebreaker not sure you'll go for it though

Megan said...

If the zombies do come, I hope they aren't the fast kind. Because I'd be going down the very. first. day.

Valerie said...

For a minute there I thought you were talking about the GLW (good lady wife)... what a foolish woman. Will the hastas recover, do you think?

texlahoma said...

Reminds me of flowers stuck in gun barrels.

radioactive girl said...

I can not even imagine running while that pregnant. I don't even think I ran at all when I was pregnant. I would think it would be very uncomfortable and I'm wondering if she had her doctors approval on that.

Anyway, here is a little known fact about me: I actually love spackling and painting and am kind of jealous you got to do some. My kids put a hole in the wall once (years ago when they were little)and I did kind of yell at them but secretly I was excited that I got to fix it.

Posh Totty said...

A woman ran a marathon at 39 weeks pregnant? wow!! Really? ... how? ... puts me to shame, I am not pregnant and struggled to power walk 10 miles lol.

Jay Noel said...

That lady is Superwoman.

Having babies is best left to women. I'm a crabby jack-wagon with just a belly ache or common cold.