Saturday, May 10, 2008

Title Change

Title change again. I'm sure Brie Cheese'll be back, but I like this for now. It's a good change; a breath of fresh air (pun absolutely intended).

11 comments:

Abby said...

You already know I love the new title... but are you going to post anything else today? I need my fix to get through studying for finals! I'm expecting more by the time I get done typing notes for the next chapter of human development! Well, no, really--I rather hope that, unlike me, you're doing something more fun than sitting in front of a computer on a Saturday night. But I am still eagerly awaiting the next installment....

The Cheese said...

Oh, Abbs...
I wish I could post today, but alas! It is late and I've been honing my Rock Band skills! But a good one's coming, I promise...(and I'm still eagerly awaiting the birth of your blog, too :)

heather said...

LOVE it! How in the world are you able to make your pages so unique looking? What website do you go to do all these changes! Mine is so boring and generic! I think you should stick to this title at least for the time being....it's great and perfectly suited to you! Oh, and I think I fixed my settings so now you can comment...let me know if you can't. - Heather

The Cheese said...

Heather, my blog is just a generic one you can get here at blogspot - it's called minima stretch, if I recall correctly. I do know, though, that there are lots of great blog templates at other websites, as well. I also just make my own headers, etc, to give it more flare, but the blog template itself is quite easy to get.

...It's the middle of the night...I can't sleep due to tubage discomfort. :( It hurts so much, the pain is even radiating into my teeth and jaw. Major suckage.

Emily said...

Cool title! I hope you were able to get some sleep last night.

CookieGirl said...

hi brie! I found your blog through some of the others - wow, you are a poignant writer. I am thrilled to see you have a baby - one of my greatest fears in life is not being able to have kids because I have messed myself up so much. Was it hard to get pregnant and eat enough during the pregnancy? I think you are my new role model. : )
Love, cg

Emily said...

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY BRIE!!!

jana bananas said...

Happy mother's day, you mother!

Stacy said...

ooh ooh... I know you, you should spell breathe briethe (so it still has you in it)
just an idea.

again, glad yous back girl... and HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY..
you are rockin' mom girl!!!

Jackie said...

Thanks for your sweet comment Brie. Happy Mother's Day :) I will let you know how the search goes, thanks for all your advice.

The Cheese said...

Hey CG-

Um, my pregnancy was actually a miracle. I had not had my periods in months and months and months, and then one day, poof! I was pregnant. We're still scratching our heads on that one.

But yes, the pregnancy was quite difficult when I was not in a place of steady recovery. I gained little weight and was threatened with hospitalization more than once. Because of previous Ed health issues, physically as well as emotionally, the pregnancy was very hard on my body - the last ten weeks were spent on bedrest, and more than half of it, I was in extreme pain. My little guy ended up weighing nearly 8 lbs though, and he was perfectly healthy.

My mini man has aided in my recovery more than any other single thing out there. I hope you can have a baby, too, because it has helped show me how beautiful this life can be. I wouldn't, though, recommend having a baby, thinking it'll "cure" you of your Ed. Conceiving for the wrong reasons is never good. :( I'm sure you know that, just thought I'd throw that out there, bc I know many in treatment who wanted a baby because they thought it would solve all their problems. Definitely a disaster...