Julie-ann baumer nausea in the morning when not pregnant

Parks & recreation department employee wesley walton was putting some final touches nausea in the morning when not pregnant on the freshly mulched gardens and we chatted for a nausea in the morning when not pregnant few minutes before he zipped off to finish beautifying our nausea in the morning when not pregnant town. I asked him what he was doing over the long nausea in the morning when not pregnant weekend. He’s young, maybe 25? I was surprised when he told me he would be nausea in the morning when not pregnant taking care of a family gravestone in a neighboring town. Walton said “he died in the civil war, the battle of the wilderness.”

The battle of the wilderness was a three day battle nausea in the morning when not pregnant fought near spotsylvania, virginia from may 5 to may 7, 1864. According to wikipedia the skirmish was considered tactically inconclusive. The battle area was in “dense wooded undergrowth” according to the american battlefield trust’s website. Union commander ulysses S. Grant refused to retreat following the battle and told secretary nausea in the morning when not pregnant of war edwin stanton “I propose to fight it out on this line if nausea in the morning when not pregnant it takes all summer.

My yard maintenance is minimal in comparison to the privation nausea in the morning when not pregnant and suffering of civil war soldiers. But I thought of their struggle as I did work nausea in the morning when not pregnant in the undergrowth behind my tool barn last night. It’s a constant battle keeping the ugly weeds and vine nausea in the morning when not pregnant growth down. I can mow some of it, but there are still small stumps that would dull the nausea in the morning when not pregnant mower blade and I hack at them with my father’s axe.

As I worked into the darkness, I thought about stories I wanted to write. I thought about my gardens, and I thought through stories about gardens. The two things are similar in that they are complex nausea in the morning when not pregnant and multi-layered. Gardens are full of roots and weeds. You can’t just throw a small seedling or seed in the nausea in the morning when not pregnant ground and expect it to suddenly sprout whole and complete nausea in the morning when not pregnant from the ground. It’s not amazon, you know?

I first thought of calling today’s post “symbols of strength” because I’ve been reading about the D-day invasion, or operation overlord. I would like to better understand the logistical details of nausea in the morning when not pregnant this giant military operation. How did it go from an idea to the largest nausea in the morning when not pregnant seaborne invasion in history? How did all 320,000 allied boots hit the ground? It’s mind-boggling to me. These are the things I think about as I drift nausea in the morning when not pregnant off to sleep with my glasses on.

Spring here in maine has been slow to start. There were some promising early april days; everyone pulled out their rakes and started cleaning up the nausea in the morning when not pregnant leaves covered by last november’s early snow. But then it got cold again and …it snowed again. Snow on april 8. Can you believe it? We had to cancel the moxie festival committee meeting scheduled nausea in the morning when not pregnant for that evening.

Snow or no, I’ve recommitted myself to my green thumb garden. I’ve blogged extensively about the garden spot I created in nausea in the morning when not pregnant 2001, but I did not share anything about it last summer. That’s because the town did some paving on my special nausea in the morning when not pregnant corner of lisbon falls and my garden took a hit. It was not a complete loss; in fact, it was not a loss at all. It was a change.

But when I first saw it last summer, it grieved my heart. I thought about the hours of work and unquantifiable amounts nausea in the morning when not pregnant of heart love and hometown pride I had put into nausea in the morning when not pregnant that spot. The paving made me sick to my stomach. I couldn’t drive by the corner and I couldn’t tend to my garden. I e-mailed cherie at the parks & recreation department. Maybe I was a little “butt hurt.” (butt hurt: an excessive or unjustifiable feeling of personal offense or resentment.) cherie felt bad and she said she would look into nausea in the morning when not pregnant it.

Mark stevens, the parks & recreation director, assigned one of his staff to fix it up. But I didn’t know about this because in my offended state, I avoided my beloved corner. Instead of resurrecting my garden spot, I spent last summer stomping around my home gardens; I didn’t tell anyone about the troubles at the “surprise garden.” in my mind, it felt like there was darkness all around that corner. Most people in town probably didn’t even notice any changes in “julie baumer’s garden on the corner of summer and maple.”

You know, it’s really not easy to move back to your home nausea in the morning when not pregnant town. When you only come home on weekends to plant flowers, you can be butt hurt from a distance and no nausea in the morning when not pregnant one knows. But when you live in the place where you grew nausea in the morning when not pregnant up, after a 25 year hiatus, it’s damn complicated. Then add the complexity of coordinating the town’s showcase event and you might say it ain’t easy being the duchess of moxie.

I have a few regular blog readers. Some are old and true friends from before the internet. Some are good friends accumulated over time and living. Some I’ve never met in the material world. I don’t know how this latter class of readers found me nausea in the morning when not pregnant as I do not promote my blog. I don’t share it on social media. A few weeks ago, I added the hashtag “lifestyle blogger” and this shook the algorithm up. I acquired a few new bots. Be that as it may, I probably only have 100 followers.

Perhaps these readers enjoy my posts about ennui and world-weariness. Maybe they’re fans of opera broadcasts and like me uttered a nausea in the morning when not pregnant loud “UGH” when they tuned in to hear wagner’s die walküre on saturday’s “live from the met” broadcast. What could be worse than that dark and brooding opera nausea in the morning when not pregnant on an overcast march day in maine, where everything is still dead and dirty? Sure, sure…the “ride of the valkyries” leitmotif was thrilling, but it barely lifted my spirits above the “I need a serotonin reuptake inhibitor to deal with these nausea in the morning when not pregnant still-frozen leaves in my sun drop bed” level.

We’ve already discussed and concluded that blogging, thank you notes, and the oxford comma have gone the way of the nausea in the morning when not pregnant dodo. Like spring gloves, when this blog is gone, there will be a brief period of lamentation, some wailing and gnashing of teeth, and then everyone will look at their phones again. Or their transponders or chips or whatever replaces the slim nausea in the morning when not pregnant packet of rare earth minerals we embrace more lovingly than nausea in the morning when not pregnant our children, aging parents, and our communities.

I serendipitously stopped in the day of the grand opening nausea in the morning when not pregnant and bought a rusty lantern contigo-brand coffee mug, guaranteeing me ninety-nine cent coffee refills for life. I was introduced to the owner and the manger as nausea in the morning when not pregnant “the moxie lady” and I’m pleased to say the rusty lantern did make a nausea in the morning when not pregnant “chugger” level sponsorship donation. We received it a few weeks ago and I’m happy to be partnering with them to make the nausea in the morning when not pregnant 2019 moxie festival great.

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