Friday, April 13, 2007

allo bonjour!

Lots to blog about lately, just not enough hours in the day.

Let's see, where do I begin.

I've been tagged by Vanessa and Jocelyne...let's start there:

Each player starts with 7 random facts/habits about themselves. People who are tagged need to write their own blog about their seven things, as well as these rules. At the end of your blog, you need to choose 7 people to get tagged and list their names. Don't forget to leave them a comment telling them that they have been tagged and to read your blog! OK, here goes:

1) I hate wearing socks.
2) I must wear earrings or I feel naked.
3) PJs are my favorite clothing item.
4) I am not an optimist.
5) Bad spelling bugs me -- alot.
6) I care what people think of me. Too much, that it hurts.
7) I love the sound of rain in the summer -- and the smell...ahh the smell.

I tag.....Let's see who is left... Julie , Melissa, Melissascraps, Lori (who needs to get blogging), Dorrie, Jocie and AmberMB!

In other news...

Dorrie posted a blog challenge a few weeks ago about "What is the one thing you would do over if you could?". Excellent topic. Been thinking about it for a while now. I think I have it.

You would naturally think, given my most recent ramblings about my work situation, that I would choose to re-do that whole event in my life..quit a long time ago, that sort of thing. But that is not the case. If I had not worked at this crappy job, I would not have met Ian and we would not have the boys. So, I must pick something else.

The moment I would like to erase and redo would be the instant that Noah got a coldsore in his eye when he was 2 weeks old. He got it from me. It was on the end of my nose, a few days after I had him, from lack of sleep, stress and morophine from the c-section I had.

It caused him to be in the hospital for 2 weeks -- with the possibility that he could die and at the least, get a lazy eye, or go blind. Now, his eye is getting a grey film on it...and I fear that he is going blind in that eye. We are on a waiting list for 1 year to see the ONLY pediatric opthamologist in Manitoba.

It will be my fault, if my son goes blind. That, my friends is what I want a do-over on. I would endure it myself if I could, but I can't. I know I shouldn't, but I live with a guilt over my head EVERY DAY of my life because of it.

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