Wednesday, January 30, 2008


So, as one might guess from my last post, I think my brain is broken.... either that, or in serious need of a reboot. In other words, I'm tired. Really, really tired.

My school wraps up tomorrow... and the lovely graders just kicked back 3 assignments for me to revise... did I mention that they sent back 3 the day before yesterday? No? Well, they did. Yea. So, I'm just trying to get it all redone (again....) and sent in because I really don't want to have to finish any of it when I return in March. (Oh, yeah.... taking Feb. off.)

My laptop still isn't back.... so I'm still stuck having to use my hub's computer..... Which wouldn't be so bad if I didn't get sick (as in morning sickness) at night... Each. And. Every. Night. Fun, huh? Not that I'm complaining. Oh, wait. Yes, I am.

Let's see... the Christmas decorations are still up, inside and out. Yeah, I'm about ready to say it's Christmas all year long at our house... Leadership meeting at church...

Our middle bedroom, which will be converted into a nursery, is a disaster area.... Seriously, I don't even look in there if I don't have to.

Back to work.
Thanks for stopping by.


teacherpanda said...

Sorry to hear that people were giving you a hard time about your depression. They were just being jerks. Glad to hear that you are doing better with it. That is a praise. Lets give God the glory.

MOM said...

I never cease to be amazed at the complete insensitivity of people who call themselves Christians and then proceed to harshly judge others. There but for the grace of God go them or any of us, for that matter. I am really proud of your progress sweetie and know that you are going to be fine. I am proud that you are sticking with college despite the nausea, pregnancy, depression issues, etc. YOU GO GIRL! YOU CAN DO IT ALL!

The Bergers said...

Hey Taylor! Well, unfortunately, your brain probably will never return like it used to be. I'm just being real about it. And then, when you get prego with #2, you realize that you did have some brain and now you really don't! You should start feeling better soon, as your 2nd trimester is usually the best. Just keep resting and eating right.
And as for the "commenters"...yeah, I've had the same thing from people. I guess they feel that Christians are perfect and don't have any trouble! WOW...are they in for a BIG surprise someday! Praise the Lord for forgiveness, love and healing! Phil 4:13.
Have a great day!

Anonymous said...

Hi Taylor!

Congrats on the pregnancy. Christie said it wonderfully but I remember saying myself I think I pushed part of my brain out with Hunter. HAHAHA! Sometimes I think, geesh I know I was smarter than this before what happened?!

As for the depression, it was Brother Gary that opened my eyes up to depression when I was having some post partum after having Hunter. He said its a sin not to get help cause your cheating everyone including yourself by not getting help. I had some depression before my preg and then in my 3rd trimester I could tell it was coming back which is very normal if you had a previous depression. Your more susceptible to it again. But the second time it took me a few months to get some help. I figured it was better than the way I was feeling at the time which was to be anywhere but home with a crying baby or even a happy baby.

Keep your chin up sweetie! I hope you remember me. I've been trying to keep up with some people through Christie blog.