No Kvetching--something NEW!

on 28 April 2008 last week was maybe not such a good one...but this week is shaping up to be FANTASTIC.

Why? You ask. It's Monday after all.

Well, to start off with, these fine people had their baby girl early this morning and the labor was fast--unpleasant, but FAST. And we got to go over first thing this morning and meet her--y'all she is Beautiful! And if we've waited and waited for little Miss Olivia to make her appearance, you should have seen her parents! Dave is adorably ecstatic and Sarah is radiant and beautiful and I really hope that I look half that good after giving birth! We're so blessed to have such wonderful friends in our life.

And well, maybe it was all the new baby-ness in the room but I've just melted into a warm puddle of goo with the Husband. I know that I do my fair share of whining--especially about work, and that's not likely to change any time soon--but if I do, it's only because things are so good with the Husband. I don't have much at all to complain about with him and what I do have is really negligible. He's absolutely wonderful. And no, he's not perfect, but he's perfect for me. He's a good man, intelligent, kind, supportive and so so excited to meet our boy that I couldn't ask for a better partner to go through this whole experience with.

Also, it's raining, and I love rain.

And my boss got back together with her certain someone over the weekend so she's in a really good mood.

I didn't sleep much last night, but I did get to have chocolate ice cream at my parent's house. And a long chat with my Grandma. And I spent Saturday with my sister and it's just always nice to know that if Bad things happen, your family will look out for you.

So, yes, I'm at work and it's mindless and irritating, but today? Today life is really good.


~SH~ said...

Aww, I like this post. (Stop making me all warm and fuzzy at work!! I don't get to see my husband until 5:45 - darn it!) And I love this ... "And no, he's not perfect, but he's perfect for me." ... always has reflected my thoughts (on my husband, of course!) as well.

p.s. the wacko is at the copier ... save me.