If I haven't mentioned it, this pregnancy is KICKING MY A**. One of the worst things about it is the constant acid reflux I have been suffering from. OMG- it's bad. Anytime you see me, I will usually be carrying around a bottle of Tums. I have bottles of Tums stashed everywhere, the car, my purse, my bedside table. I have also been taking Zantac twice a day. No relief what-so-ever. The other day, the doc said to try Prilosec. Ohhhh, I could kiss that man. This is a game changer! The RELIEF!!! I can actually lay down to sleep. I haven't eaten a Tums in 2 days. (insert choir of angels...hallelujah!!!...here) As a result, I hate to do it, but sorry Tums and Zantac, I'm breaking up with you. Prilosec is my new BFF!
Monday, November 22, 2010
In the spirit of the upcoming Holiday, I thought I should give some Thanks and do some Giving, so how about a little giveaway! Sounds pretty good to me. I'm all about trying to simplify things around here, so I'm going to make it pretty easy. All you have to do is leave me a comment between now and Thursday and you will be entered to win. Easy Peasy. Good luck and thanks to everyone who stops by to read my blog and leave comments.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
This weekend is the Festival of Trees to benefit the Brenner's Children's Hospital. Local organizations and individuals decorate trees that are then actioned off to raise money for the hospital. I belong to the Forsyth Piecers and Quilter's Guild and they have been participating in the benefit for 20 years.
This year I was the chair person for the decorating committee. A wonderful group of ladies helped to hand make 85 pears, 50 birds and 80 pear blossoms for our "Partridge in a Pear Tree" themed tree. All of their hard work payed off and we had a beautiful tree to show for it. I wonder how I can con them into doing all that hard work to decorate my Christmas tree at home. Hummm?