Tuesday, September 8, 2009

this involves a lot of poop talk so don't say I didn't warn you

I already said I hadn't blogged in forever because of my gastrointestinal issues but really that's no excuse because how much energy does it really take to sit up (barely) with my laptop resting on my legs or the sofa or whatever and type up some nonsense? Not that much energy, really, but I still didn't blog. I was sick on Thursday and Friday but went to work anyway (yes, I'm THAT coworker) because why would I want to waste my sick days at home being sick? Please. Anyway, I want to save as many as possible because at the end of the year we get our sick days paid out and I want money, lots and lots of money.

I did try and be somewhat social on Sunday, and went over to my parents' house because they were having people over for pasta and garlic bread. That's right, pasta and garlic bread. Anyway, that ended up being a total clusterfuck because I spent most of the time in the bathroom (TMI) which led to conversations like this one which, when Joe told me about it later, made me recoil in absolute horror for several reasons:

My sister: Where is Jennie?
Mom: She's in the bathroom. She's not feeling very well.
My sister: Oh, is she pregnant?

Um, no. Thanks, though. This, of course, led to several more fun conversations about my stomach issues and non-pregnancy issues which made my head explode about 14 times because FIRST OF ALL, if I want everyone in the world to know my poop business then I will just tell the Internet like a normal person and ALSO I'm not very good at math (anymore) but I'm pretty sure that bad poops does not equal pregnancy. What made it even worse is that I was on my period at that very moment (OOPS TMI). But whatever, according to my mom, I probably had the swine flu. Have the swine flu. One of those.

Anyway, so that was fun. If by fun, you mean, "OMG OMG GET ME OUT OF HERE PLEASE I WANT TO CRAWL UNDER THE PORCH SO I'M ALONE WHEN I DIE OF NON-PREGNANCY-INDUCED DIARRHEA OH YES I JUST SAID DIARRHEA, INTERNETS, GET OVER IT OK?"

Ahem. Then my cousin was all, "hey, Uncle Jim (who is my dad), would you care if Jennie and Joe moved in together before they were married," which was also fun if you're going by the definition above.

The beginning of my week last week was much better, because I had an awesome night of volunteering on Tuesday, which sounds weird because we go there to talk about dead people but whatever, it was good. There were two little girls in my group and they liked drawing and playing with My Little Ponies, so that's what we did and that is why I have My Little Ponies in my car. Also, one of them was talking about how her boyfriend is really short (yeah, she's 5) and how people call him midget and I was like, "oh, I bet he doesn't like that," and she was all, "no, he doesn't really mind," so then I thought, "well, maybe he really IS a midget," but I didn't say that and then she demonstrated how short he is and I was like, "wow, that is short!" and she was like, "yeah, he's not tall like you are," and I wanted to hug her because I haven't been tall since the sixth grade (that is when I stopped growing) and it was the best day ever, you guys. True story.

8 comments:

Tam said...

TMI doesn't even BEGIN to describe this blog post but thanks for clearing that up because I was going to lend you a box of EPT tests.

Also, I don't think diarrhea and pregnancy are associated.

Also, So you're moving in with Joe? AND getting married to Joe?

Thanks for telling me. At least I didn't have to find out on Facebook.

Jennie! said...

Dude, I didn't say I was doing either of those things. Have you been hanging out with my family?

Heidi said...

Your sister called me last night and said that you're pregnant, moving in with Joe and getting married (duh you have to...your eggo is preggo).

Thanks for telling me. I thought we were friends!


haha, j/k

mysterygirl! said...

Congratulations on moving in with Joe and eventually getting married to Joe!!!

That was the point of this post, right?

Heh. Sorry.

Sorry you've had such tummy troubles-- that's the worst. Hope you're feeling better today.

Ashley said...

Heh heh: poop. Heh.

Julie G. said...

Marriage is over rated, except you don't have to get up and try to (not) catch the bouquet at weddings. That's kinda nice.

Hope you're feeling better.

Jennie! said...

Julie, I always hide in the bathroom during the bouquet toss. And the chicken dance.

Stephanie said...

I'm never going to get diarrhea again without thinking, Oh noes, I'm pregnant!

Not that I ever get diarrhea. Girls don't poop.