Friday, March 20, 2009



Some days, some weeks this is how I feel. I wish I could go back to a kid and just cry when I need to convey something. It just seems less complicated then how we deal with things as adults. I've had a great week considering what I just wrote. It has been an overwhelming week. An exhausting week. I've ate a lot of peanut butter, agave, and banana sandwiches. I want to sleep all the time too. My coffee hasn't quite widened my eyes like normal. I am still yawning far too often. I am sure that has something to do with the 3 am call on monday from my doula client who thought her water broke. Later in the day, we discovered it wasn't her water and the hospital staff actually weren't sure what it was... ah the mystery of the body, it is endless. I love that. I made it out for a 20 mile run in Quicksilver on tuesday without any exciting news. Then wednesday at 4:30 am, she was officially in labor. I've got another client due so another baby could be coming into the world any day. Before I write more, I am going to take a nap... more to come...

4 comments:

David Ray said...

I love that picture. Very nice in black and white. Hope you're recovery continues well.

Sean Lang said...

I hope you had a good run in Quicksilver. I live about 2 miles away from the McAbee entrance, so I run there often. Adam Blum and I actually ran into Tony Krupicka on the New Almaden trail Wednesday morning. Small world:)

Luis Velasquez said...

Once again you did it again. I went to volunteer at pirate;s cove today and I totally missed you. I manned the last aid station before the finish line, but when my shift started you already had gone by.. :(
but in any event.. wow.. what a race and you won the whole thing too... amazing Caitlin.. you rock. :)

kate said...

Congrats, Caitlin- heard you won! Nice!

Have a good restful week!