How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Today's news...

I made some changes to the second draft, nothing major, but my story is nearing complete.

What the hell should I do with Beth? I'm beginning to hate her for being such a stubborn pain and not allowing me any good resolution.

Also, Cate's not pregnant! Whooo! Last month, when there was no blood, we worried, but since she had been changing birth control pills, we wrote it off as screwing up her cycle. Then this month comes, and goes, and still no more than a drop of blood (that could have been from other stuff), and we get worried. An over the counter test say's we're clear. Not 100% guarantee, but enough to put my mind at ease. I think in the coming days, there will be a trip to planned parenthood going: "Errr... why is there no blood?"

Cate and I do want children, and we'll be slamming parents- in a few years. Right now, we'd be shitty parents; we can't even keep a clean apartment.

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