Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Period.

I am tired this morning. I am always tired when I first get my period (tmi? Well hold on to your hats because I am delving deeper) It drains me. Plus since my miscarriage my period has been MUCH heavier then before and lasts longer. Isn't it enough that I miscarried triplets, now I have to have my period longer?!

Today I am going to my hometown to have a little visit with my friends. One of them is due with her first child in a couple of weeks and we are giving her a small party since she didn't want a shower.
I made a chocolate cake with raspberry filling and ganache icing, and I hope it is good. I think i overcooked the cake a bit but I am hoping by keeping it cold combined with the filling will keep it soft and moist.

Our goldfish has been with us for three months. Isn't that long for a goldfish to live? Perhaps we are holding some sort of record here and we don't even know it!

8 comments:

  1. Ugh, periods. Yay. I've been trying to skip mine (balance hormones, prevent migraines) which means that for 1.5 months I have nothing, and then for 1.5 months I "spot". Super fun. Hope yours go back to normal soon!

    That is strange about the goldfish though. I had a betta that lived for like a year and a half once.. had I known they lived that long I wouldn't have gotten one!

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  2. Is there such a thing as "bad" cake? Hmmm. I think not.

    That was definitely not TMI about your period. I actually thought you were going to take it a little further, you_who_shares_vibrator_secrets.

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  3. I've had real bad periods since having my 3 anklebiters, and my tubal.

    Have a lovely time with your friends - and I agree with dd - no cake is bad!

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  4. mmmmcake.

    And perchance, did you get the goldfish through some adversarial means? Like ... for instance ... a carnival at school? Those stupid things live forever, and you only agree to get them because you think they'll live a week, tops. UGH.

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  5. In the right environment, a goldfish can life about 10-15 years.

    I'm period free and proud of it. (is there where all you women beat the shit out of me?)

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  6. I had a goldfish in college for two years...I even brought him home on the train in his bowl, they are sturdy little suckers.

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  7. You should try seasonale or whatever it is called, you know when you only get your period every 3 months. I've been meaning to get it myself, but haven't yet.

    Enjoy yourself and try to eat A LOT of cake!

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  8. I feel you on the period thing. Remember, chocolate is medicinal (and so is cake).

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