JennifersLost Posted February 29, 2008 Share Posted February 29, 2008 WARNING - Raunchy content ahead. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED! We've had lots of discussions about how to handle that week of the month when we're crabby, cranky, prone to crying and random fits of rage. And we've had lots of discussions about how to handle that week of the month when our friend comes to town and all we want to do is lie in bed with a hot water bottle and a pound of chocolate. But I don't think we've ever talked about how to handle that week of the month in which it feels like God or (insert diety/Mother Nature) has downloaded the entire Universe's imperative to be fruitful and multiply into YOUR loins and you're walking around wondering if your aura is flaming like a beacon. I mean, we all have plenty of kids here; I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one with a "drive", but am I the only one here who does NOT need to take her temperature to know when she's ovulating? Am I the only one who during that certain week finds herself thinking the cartoon heroes are kinda hot while watching videos with her kids, or wishes Anne and Gilbert Blythe would just HOOK UP already? Am I the only one who during that certain week wants to pitch homeschooling to the wind and farm the darn kids OUT so she can just get to it with her dh? Am I the only one who during that certain week hopes to GOD no one can read my mind while I'm out and about running errands because it would be enough to get me arrested? Oh, and this one's kind of particular to me, but during that certain week whatever I'm writing veers waaaaaaaay the heck over toward the harlequin romance category so that the next week (during those cranky moments of rage) I have to DELETE half of it (and kill the hero for good measure). Heh-hem. (Throat clearing). Not that I want this lovely feeling to exactly go away, mind you. But is there no middle road? No pleasant buzz that could just last the entire month rather than these excessive highs and lows? Tell me I'm not the only one. :eek: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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