Saturday, October 4, 2008

No One to Blame

Friday I had an OB appointment. My parents kept Luke and I headed for my appointment.

First of all, the baby's heartbeat was going so fast, the OB was laughing. I told her that this baby has been moving incredibly. The doctor gave me a prescription for an antibiotic b/c of this sinus thing I have going on. And I left to fill it immediately.

I went to the store, locked the car and went in to fill my prescription. When I got ready to leave, I couldn't find my keys. I went to my car, saw the keys in the ignition and pulled the handle to find, yes, I had locked the doors.

I was so mad at myself. I couldn't even blame the kids, I was ALONE! I called AAA and they ordered a locksmith and I sat on the curb waiting. The thing is, I had a pedicure appointment, within walking distance in 30min.

I was pouting and trying not to cry and praying. I walked over to my car again, determined to try everydoor, just incase. Drivers door...opened. The alarm goes off, but I didn't care. I called AAA back and they said they'd take care of everything.

Isn't that crazy? Maybe the drivers door didn't lock. But seriously, I think God unlocked my door so I wouldn't go crazy!

It made me have such a positive outlook on the day. I was so thankful. I had a great pedicure. The girl who was doing it wasn't having a good day...I tried to cheer her up, but to no avail.

So, hopefully this antibiotic will help me. I am SO tired of being sick!!

Jody and my dad are going hunting tomorrow and Monday. (NGU is on Fall Break) I hope they kill a deer each. Just to be happy about it and not have go back out and keep hunting. Not that that will be the cure all, but with the baby coming...I'd like him to just get a deer and fill the freezer and be proud of it.

4 comments:

Anne Dahmen said...

Hide a key on your car somewhere - under the license plate, in a magnetic box on the undercarriage - SOMEWHERE! Sounds like you're just as bad as me, and my life and time have been saved many times because of the key hiding trick! Hope (now that I'm expecting #4 as well) I don't lock the keys in too often!
Hang in there - Anne

Tasha Via said...

Aww, I'm so glad you got to get your pedicure=)

I know what you mean about the boys coming home happy. It would make THE WHOLE FAMILY happy for them to bring home a GREAT BIG dear!!

Pack said...

Emily, I lose my keys ALL the time. Like, it's no big deal now. I lose at least one set of keys (for good) a year. The year of 2006-2007, I am convinced I accidentally threw a set away. Last year, after a choir concert at school, I looked around the school for hours AFTERwards...I didn't get home until around 10 p.m., after finally getting someone to come and pick me up from school at night and take me home. I even had to get a ride to work the next morning from a NEIGHBOR. Then, my mom bought me a key finder from radio shack. It helps. ugh. I hate that feeling. anyway. So glad God opened your door. :) I am with you on that one. Love you!

Mylinda said...

Boy do I know the feeling of Daddy going hunting while Mommy is waiting on a baby!! lol