Wednesday, September 07, 2011

I checked out with some e-mails.

{Mr. Nielson and Spencie Jones holding their ladies bags at Sundance}

Today I had a slight breakdown.
I cried throughout the Little house on the Prairie "The Lord is my Shepard"
episode where the Ingalls only brother Charles jr dies.
It was terribly sad. {Topher, I am sure you know what I am talking about}
I am sooo emotional, its crazy!
I stepped in Jimmy's you-know-what and then got a ticket a BYU.
I parked in a faculty only parking.
I caught the ticket chic with neon sunglasses putting the ticket on my car
while I took a picture of Nicholas next to the cougar
{which you can find on my Instagram account}.
I was really mad. I will leave it at that.

I came home and Mr. Nielson called a good friend at Sundance
and asked if I could come up to stay alone for a night.
To get away from the smells at my house and everything that I am feeling.
Now, I am here.
Looking out my window at the most beautiful landscape.
I am blessed.
{full report tomorrow}

Also, just a REALLY nice e-mail (see below)
While I am very happy for you that you are having another little one, I really wish you'd stop complaining about it so much. I know people who would love to be sick throwing up because they are pregnant but they aren't because they CAN'T get pregnant. Just be glad that you can even have another baby (especially after everything you've been through) and stop complaining about it! You have been through some very challenging times in your life and I'm not downplaying that, but I feel like a lot of your blog is dedicated to complaining and it's not very fun to read.

To you I say this:
Please don't read my blog then.
Thank you.
You have no idea how grateful I am for Lil peanut.
Have you ever been burned nearly 85% of your body? NO? Well, gee if you have
you would know that being pregnant and burned don't really go well together.
Yes, I am a little on edge, and I swore I would never EVER give a minute of my time to e-mails like this, it is a waste. But this is MY blog, if you don't like what you are reading, STOP.
I don't care, I don't.
if more of you have these opinions please just keep them
to yourself, obviously it hurts me to read them and certainly adds to my stress.

On the contrary, I really enjoy these e-mails:

You mentioned awhile back about how you have to switch deodorants weekly. I too had to go unscented with deodorants because they all made me sick! Recently I was reading how Baking Soda can be used as a natural alternative to deodorant. I was skeptical but I tried it and it was AWESOME! There is no smell from the baking soda and above all I don't smell at all! Anyways, I am not sure if there would be a different reaction to your sensitive skin but it might be worth a try.

Thanks sweet Taryn, I will try it...tonight!
Maybe it will make me more happy so I wont complain anymore.

Happy Birthday sweet sister-in-law Katy