Sleepytime

I am about as sleepy as a girl can be.  I don't really feel run-down because all I do is sleep.  I'm not aware of how I feel awake.  I've been feeling a little tiny bit nauseated from time to time, and I don't know if it's psychosomatic or if it's just hunger.  Generally I only wake up if I'm hungry.  I'm trying to eat the best diet I've ever eaten in my whole life. My greatest thrill was the other day going to the dermatologist.  I am a very pink girl, and as such I'm always having spots of one kind or another taken off and evaluated.  Never had anything serious, but I do have lots of tiny scars now.  So I had to wait about 2 months for an appointment, and by the time I went I'd forgotten why I scheduled it.  The dermatologist found a pink spot right at the base of my neck in front, and said, "I don't like the look of that."  I said, "Oh, yeah, that might be why I wanted to come see you."  So they did a quick biopsy, very routine, but... THEY USED A DIFFERENT ANAESTHETIC THAN THEY NORMALLY USED, BECAUSE I'M PREGNANT!  I can't tell you how excited I was to check the "yes" box on the "pregnant" question on the intake form!  And then to have my treatment slightly modified!?  Woo-hoo!  Does life get any better than this? Before they scraped off my pink spot, they numbed the area with lots of little sticks from a needle.  And as I am a very blabby girl, I started talking about my tremendous familiarity with needles.  IVF, pregnancy, everything.  They probably wished I'd shut up.  But it turns out that my doctor, a woman in her thirties, said she'd done IVF to get eggs to freeze.  "Fertility preservation."  I guess if you're a doctor you think about these things and have the money to do it.  And when I asked the nurse if she had any kids, she said that maybe in a year she'd start trying.  "It doesn't always happen right away," she said.   Really? So I trotted out of there with a bandaid on my chest and a smile in my heart. And I went back and went to sleep. Ahhhhh...