Plain Jane has a what?!?!?

After 3 years of infertility, now learning how to be a mom.

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Wow, where has the time gone?!?!

I just logged in to blogger because I was reading a password protected blog and realized it has been over 4!! months since my last post. I couldn't believe it.

Everything has been going really well. Work is good. Joe is getting bigger by the day (he'll be 18 months in 2 weeks). All in all, I have no complaints about anything.

Yesterday was my birthday, I am now 29 years old. When I was younger, I never really thought about what I would be at a given age. I don't know if that's a good or bad thing, it's just nothing that was ever at the forefront of my mind. Like even now, I don't really imagine myself at 40 or at 50. I can imagine Joe growing up, I just can't picture myself at that time.

I read a lot more blogs right now. Some of them mommy blogs, since most of the ladies that I started TTCing blogs with are now all mommas. My new favorite blog type to read are the food/recipe blogs. It's funny, with the food/recipe blogs also comes with it the frugality blogs, which then also stems into the Christian blogs. It's interesting to see how all of those things tie into each other. I guess it's interesting to me because I'm not particulary religious that I subscribe to these blogs. I was raised Catholic, but don't go to church. The husband believes in something, but not organized religion.

So that's about it. I have about 3 posts brewing in my head at any given time, but as you can see, none of them ever make it to my blog.


  • At 8/30/2007 5:20 PM, Anonymous amanda said…

    Happy Birthday! I can't believe Joe is almost a year and a half old already. He's a cutie.

  • At 8/31/2007 11:16 AM, Anonymous kiwi said…

    Glad to see you PJ! Happy belated birthday!

    And thanks for writing on my blog, I'll go write an update right now.

  • At 9/14/2007 10:22 PM, Blogger Bananas said…

    Interesting what you say about the christian/food/frugality connection. I find that a lot of the people I've connected with through the blogosphere are highly religious, which is odd to me b/c I'm not at all and don't typically connect with those people IRL. Maybe it's the great equalizer of the internet... we see past the superficial and can connect on a more human level? at least that's what I like to think!

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