Well, it turns out my first visit with the OB was on MAY 23rd as opposed to JUNE 23rd. Not sure how the confusion happened, but it worked out. Eric went with me. The doctor basically just examined me and explained about a balanced diet and all that and congratulated us. Then, I got a little pregnancy package (filled with samples and brochures and whatnot), a book about what to expect, instructions to look through all the information first before calling the doctor, lol. Then I had to give blood.
Just over a month along, I think. My first doctor's appointment is June 23rd, so I won't know much until then, but... yay!
Well, I beat Crisis Core last night. Blew through it in 3 or 4 days and clocked in at about 16 hours game time. I have to say I was very excited about this game from the moment I first heard about it. I played FFVII back in the day and enjoyed it for the most part. Aerith is still one of my most favorite video game characters.
When Advent Children and Last Order came out, I got very excited about Zack. Based on what little we saw, he seemed like such a good guy, such a badass. Therefore,
Well, everything went well. Boric took good care of me, and I received good news from the doctor on Friday: I will be good to go to the MGC (provided Boric carries all the luggage, hehe)! So yay, I'm excited. However, I have to go back to work tomorrow, so that'll be fun trying to get back into the old routine.
In gaming news, I finished up Apollo Justice a couple days ago, and I was very satisfied with it. Man, the Attorney series has the most goofy, yet intense, story lines. I love
I apologize if this is a little TMI.
I recently found out that I have gall stones and therefore have to have gall bladder surgery. I've never had major surgery before and am a bit unnerved by the prospect, but I wouldn't mind it so much if it was happening at any other time than in March.
Boric and I have made big plans to go to the MGC and visit with everyone and now there's a possibility that the doctor may tell me I'm not fit to travel at the end of March. This