1. What one food could you eat every single day?
Anything with rotisserie chicken. I loved shredding them and using them in recipes.
2. Do you wear glasses or contacts?
I have glasses for an astigmatism, but never wear them. I probably should.
3. What kind of cell phone do you have?
An LG Droid. I AM ADDICTED.
4. What did you have for dinner last night?
I made a bacon and cheddar quiche, the girls' favorite.
5. What is your favorite candy?
That is a hard question! I love all kinds of candy, but I love Java Twix and anything else that is chocolate and coffee combined.
Today Becca had her adenoid surgery. She did great. She didn't even tell me until just a little while ago that the IV insertion really hurt her. She didn't even flinch. She was groggy for a while after we got home, but now she's playing games on her iPod and has been eating throughout the day. I'm so proud of her.
Hopefully this will help her. She's been suffering with sinus problems and drainage making her nauseous all the time since May. I'm still not convinced she hasn't had mono at some point as well, because she's always exhausted. I don't know if they did a mono-spot when she had blood drawn last month, but they never mentioned it afterwards. If this surgery doesn't help, then I will have a mono-spot done. Not that there's anything they could do at this point, but at least I'd know.
As for why I'm so tired today, I had to get up at 6am - very early for me! Plus, although it was an easy surgery and there were really no risks, it was still stressful until I knew she was fine. Stress tires me out terribly.
Here's Becca just a few hours after her surgery. A little disheveled, but still beautiful.