Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Hormones

I don't know who came up with this word, but I think its been mispelled. I would guess the "hor" part of the word is short for "HORRIBLE" and the "mones" part of the word should be spelled "moans". Because really, when you're hormones are in overdrive, they either give you horrible moans or create them for other people. Yes, you all guessed correctly, Psycho chick visitited today. She's gone again, though.

And, an update to a previous post:
Last night, Geron and I had dinner with his mom--his Dad's in Oklahoma this week. Well, while we were there, she let me pick a ring to wear until I can get mine back on. No nickel here, Mom, so don't worry.

6 comments:

Jenn Hacker said...

You've only got about two more months, girl. Hang in there!

Tooz said...

Just curious--what did psycho chic do this time? Was it another Hobbit moment, or something else entirely?

Lydia said...

Simply a misunderstanding. I thought Geron had told me one thing and he'd told me something else. Well, I'd set my mind into gear that my idea was what was actually going to happen and it wasn't. You know Lydia and change--they don't get along to well.

Tooz said...

Been there and been through that with you, but love you anyway.

annalu alulu said...

I'm like that too, Lydia. It's something I have to work on. And it's ironic, cause I am so flighty, but if somebody tells me something is going to happen, i tootally (that was a funny typo) get my mind set that way and am really thrown off when it doesn't happen.

I think it's great that you are at least trying to keep Psycho Chick away, and aren't like "I'm pregnant, you'll have to get over it" whenever you start to feel grouchy. I bet Geron really appreciates it that you're staying in control!

hollybird said...

psycho chic comes to play at my house too, and there is no baby on the way!! Does that mean anything?Ha ha ha ha! (other than I am just going crazy, that is.)