You must love this site as much as I do. The blogger narrates the lives of Gary and Elaine, the people who live in your catalogs. For example:
Elaine was relieved to discover what Gary meant by "the dog stool in the kitchen."
This provides really useful information, and who doesn't love quizzes? Do you need therapy? It correctly concludes that I do. (It also thinks I'm bipolar. Dude, that is so the wrong pathology. I would get so much more accomplished.) Naturally, I am still working on getting in touch with Mr. Therapy Guy. Got him on the phone today...he is his own secretary, which of course means nightmarish organization...he's moved away from psychotherapy and toward "pastoral counseling," which might be helpful, but is less likely covered by insurance (and more likely redundant with my spiritual direction)...do I look for an ordinary shrink somewhere that takes my insurance? Or do I stick to looking for a Catholic who can help with my faith-related issues as well? Why is it so difficult even to get help?
Also on that subject...
My DH has this brilliant idea we should move to Denver. No, no reason. Of course, I already found us a house, but actually, what I would need is a job. Also, a good reason we should up and move to Denver. I just thought of a good way to decide: are there any nice bloggers in Denver? C'mon, y'all potential Mountain Region lurkers. Is Denver a good place for an infertile girl? If all the childless infertile bloggers were going to move somewhere, where should that place be?
A lot of people are pregnant lately. No, I don't mean Natalie Portman, and maybe Angie again (wait, no, they're adopting), and Nicole and Keith's surrogate (I guess that means they're IF? Wait, I think I already knew that) and whoever whatever. I mean bloggers. Is this a beginning-of-the-calendar-year thing? 'Cause I think it happened that way last year too. Sociologists should study this. They should study us.
I know avoiding the foods that give me abdominal pain is good for me (and no, that doesn't include gluten and dairy. Life is difficult enough!). And I generally am pretty disciplined about that these days. But I miss this: