Tuesday, September 25, 2007

The Madness Continues

I'm cleaning my oven. Yeah, you heard me right. I've never cleaned an oven in my life. And yet, here I am. I've really gone 'round the bend.

Note: apparently the oven in our current house is "self-cleaning." There's a button that says "clean" and so I pressed it. 30 minutes in, all the gunk on the bottom of the oven has burst into flame. Is this normal?

I am really in pregnancy-distraction mode. And yet, I also followed the link from Mel's blog over to Meg's blog and read through all of her archives, ending on the post announcing her third second-trimester stillbirth. I cried. How heartbreaking. I so wish that none of us had to live through any of this crap. I'm angry at the world, and yet in a reasonably upbeat mood at the same time. How is that possible? Maybe I've already gone 'round the bend.

Next cervix check: Thursday morning. I'm contracting like a madwoman over here. Let's hope this cervix is still behaving as if it's made of stainless steel.

Speaking of which, I also cleaned the front of the kitchen appliances with stainless steel appliance cleaner. What's wrong with me? I'm not like this. Really. My idea of housekeeping is to wash a load of laundry and dump it on the bedroom floor. I suspect this weekend's upcoming visit from my mother-in-law is somehow involved.

4 comments:

electriclady said...

Re: the oven: Yep, that's normal--the way the oven "cleans" itself is to basically incinerate all the gunk.

Meg's news was so heartbreaking. Life is so f-ing unfair sometimes.

Geohde said...

I hope that your cervix stays long and your house un-burned from your rather flammable oven.

xx

J

Spanglish said...

I've never had the gunk in my oven burst into flames, but I've heard of it happening. Must be scary.

Kristen said...

My heart broke for Meg as well. She has been through so much and there just aren't words for this.

I hope your cervix check went well today!