Here is the link on Facebook if you'd like to know more info on the walk for Colum's Birthday. I'm pretty terrible at Facebook, I don't know how to do the simplest things. I'm sorry it took me so long to post it. Also, I'm expecting a 75% chance of being a raging bawl baby, or if I'm not bawling on the outside, I will probably be broken into 10 trillion pieces on the inside. Don't have high expectations if you are going to be meeting me for the first time. I'm really just a mess and on this day I will probably be a bigger mess than usual. But, please come say hi...knowing that I'm a mess. And don't you worry about being in last place because there's a huge chance that will be us :)
Also, I need to do an update on my hair situation. It stopped falling out so there's a little bit left on my head. The little bit I have is extremely frizzy and weird. I've been using Ovation Hair Therapy and love it! Especially when I keep the treatment in overnight. It really helps my hair that I have look so much better and fuller. I ordered it, completely planning on sending it back but I'm not. If you have extremely thin hair, I recommend it. It comes with a money back guarantee! I also ordered a Halo from Halo Hair Extensions in the UK. (Thanks to some one who commented on this blog!!!) I really like it for several reasons. 1). It's easy to put in & take out. 2). It totally stays curled so I don't have to curl it very often. 3). It looks natural. 4). I don't have to wash it very often. 5). Better than a wig. 6). The hair is good quality and it shipped really fast!
What I don't like is 1). It's really hard for me to get used to. 2). I have to adjust it by pushing it down every hour or so. 3). I can't really pull it back in a pony tail or wear it half up. 4). I feel like people are staring at me even though they are probably not. 5). I can't wear it straight because my real hair is so frizzy and the halo is normal hair and it looks strange. 6). It's just not the same as having your own hair.
I have to get ready to take Finn to the Children's Museum with friends. I'm excited cause we've never been! I've been an emotional ball of tears all week, so I hope this will cheer me up and put me in a happy Mommy place. I also get extreme anxiety driving on the freeway for obvious reasons. Last time I drove to the 'big Salt Lake City' (going to a Dr's apt) I was driving in the middle lane on the freeway. I put my blinker on to change lanes carefully watching a woman who was on her cell phone 2 lanes over. Luckily I had my eye on her because she wasn't paying attention and didn't put her blinker on and started to pull over in the same lane I was getting into. I honked and over corrected a little while swerving back into my lane. I had a full on panic attack, started crying, and kept telling myself out loud that 'I was never driving again and I can't drive again'. I was already a very paranoid driver and now I cry when stuff like this happens. I basically can't even handle it. I have NO idea how Ryan drives to work everyday. I suppose I will always be a super crazy paranoid driver whenever I'm driving over 40 mph. I sorta honk a lot more than your average person as well. "It's like I think I'm in New York or something", Ryan always says. ...I can't help it. Wish me luck. At least I'm full of titanium rods and I'm pretty sure those bones can't be re-broken again :).