Saturday, January 29, 2005

a little cycle music

I’ve started 4 blog entries this week, and couldn’t bring myself to finish any of them. I’m just so incredibly tired so much of the time. (And waiting for the results of the most recent bloodwork to see if there’s a reason - like low thyroid or soemthing).

I want to thank you all for your comments on the blog privacy thing. After having already mentioned to both my mom and the in-laes that a blog exists (unfortunately before your wonderful advice) I’ve decided not to share it wil them. Still considering sharing other people’s blogs, or at least selected postings, if they might provide insight without reading my words. Hell, my new therapist wanted to kow if I wanted to share my blog with her. (I politely declined - she can hear my rants in person, thank you very much.)


While my in-laws were here, we went wandering around this touristy shopping area, and they went into a toy store (something I generally avoid doing with my mother-in-law, since the time she was cooing over all the cute baby things). So, I only barely stepped into the store, but J was playing one of those lap harps - you know, where you slide the music under the strings, and then you can just follow the little chart to play the song. I looked down at the music, and what did I see? Looks like a temp chart to me. (Rhyming totally not intentional, but rather appropriate.) So, giggling, I mention this to J, who says “I wonder what your chart would sound like?”

Not very melodic, I’m guessing. But with lots of ups and downs.


  1. That looks just like every anov cycle I ever had. Huh. I wonder if there's really a symbolism to it. Great post!!

  2. Heh heh heh. That's one anovulatory musical chart. Is it playing the Rocky Mountain Hoedown?


  3. OMG I totally thought that was an anovulatory chart, didn't even see the autoharp until you spelled it out.