Baby Vomit, Pollen Storms and Living on the Edge


It's been awhile since I posted. I know y'all can barely function. But, I'm back.....

Our sweet little Adam has been sick off and on for the past three weeks, but this week really had him down and out. Daycare crap, don't 'cha know. Who knew a 22 pounder could hold so much and loose it so fast?

Here in the greater Atlanta area, we are also in the midst of the highest pollen count in several seasons. Normal count is about 30-50. Yesterday was 5,950. Everything is covered in a sticky yellow dust. Everything! I put in a new pair of contacts this morning and was revelling in my clear vision as I left for work. Ten minutes later my eyes were already burning and itchy.

Finally, I posted recently about my mind and how I seem to be losing it. I make light of it, but really.... I am not the same as I used to be. Now, I understand working full time, while trying to be World's #1 Wife and Mom could be impossible, but the lights are just not on all the time.

So, I made an appointment for a hormone profile via blood test next week. I've been doing lots of reading and I'm a big advocate of bio-identical hormone therapy. After my appointment and "diagnosis", I'll share what I've experienced and learned.

Although, the Dr. could say my blood shows 3,785 time more pollen that normal.

Until next time,


Vader's Mom :

I can't believe the pollen count is so bad there. I have enough allergy issues, I don't know what I'd do if I was still in that area...

Meredith :

Jill, thanks so much for taking the time to tell me how much you enjoyed the Easter Story at JFBC. My husband was one of the disciples in the play and I was playing clarinet in the orchestra. If you came on Friday night, my two boys were in the play as extras.

Hey, I love your blog. It is so witty and funny. I wonder how you achieved such a fabulous template. It is the cutest thing. I am no expert at blog design. I just accept what Blogger gives me. Anyway, I could relate to all the posts on this page of your blog. And I almost cried reading about your son and the guy in the wheelchair. What a sweet spirit he has.

Blessings to you. I'll be back.

P.S. Finally, someone else who doesn't like the pink and green best selling mascara of all time.:)

Nadine :

Sorry about the pollen count. I am interested in hearing more about what you find out at the doctors and if it works. Hope your son stays healthy.

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