Friday, March 5, 2010

Insensitive people make me effing sick.....

I have some realllllllyyyyy insensitive family members. Well, maybe it's just that I am toooo sensitive right now. The baby stuff can really turn your arse into a wimp.
All I have to say about that is thank God that my immediate (and I do mean immediate, very immediate) family is very understanding and compassionate about what me and Mr. B are going through.
On another note (but kind of on the same note) Facebook is like an infertile woman's worst enemy. The constant ultrasound photo's turned profile photo can really make you feel some things. A lot, and I mean A LOT of my friends are FB are expecting. I am super happy and excited for most of them, but it seems like my more extended family will say/post the most insensitive things. I guess now I understand why Mr. B won't add certain people....I may have to take his advice and do some serious deleting to preserve my feelings until I can get over this hump.
I know that I cannot expect everyone out there to not post certain things or watch what they say just because of ME, but I'm just sayin' that I would be more sensitive for them.
Now really on another note, we had an AH-MAZ-ING time at the concert Wednesday night. It was the most fun I've had literally, in months. Thanks for the tickets my secret know exactly who you are. And, if you are reading this and you are into hip-hop and have never seen Jay-Z me, you NEED to get on that.


  1. I've had to hide some fb friends who are really acquaintances who only talk about their pregnancy or baby.

    Glad you enjoyed Jay-Z! I had some friends who went too and said it was great!!

  2. Glad to hear the concert was good! I had heard he was in town and was making appearances around the Verizon Center.

  3. Here from LFCA...Welcome to blogging!

    I agree - FB is eeevil. I went through a few months ago (after a 6 month hiatus from FB) and just deleted old high school friends, acquaintances, etc. Just kept family and close friends - there's still some pregnancy and kid talk, but a much more manageable level (most days anyway).