I have some OCD tendencies. I think everybody has their own quirks and weird things they do that are slightly OCD. Doesn't make you OCD, just makes you funny. I knew a guy once that gave point values to words on bottled drinks depending on how many inside and outside edges each letter had. I'm a neat freak. Things on my desk have to be lined up just right. That's kind of a normal one, though. I like to step on cracks in pavement. But, right in the center of my foot. When I'm walking on a trail in the woods, I like to step on rocks and roots right in the center of my foot. I have no idea why. I just like to. I like to make price points or digital alarm clocks or digital odometers match up numerically somehow. For example...an easy one...if the time is 5:32...then I'm good. Because, 5 is 5 and 3+2 is 5. So, it balances out. If a price on an item is $6.99...I have to work with it a little bit. But, I can usually figure something out. 9+9 is 18 and the $ sign and the decimal point both count as 1 point and the number 6 counts as 1 point, so that's 3 points on the left side of the price, and 6 x 3 is 18 so VOILA! It works. Wow, I sound a little bit crazy. But, you get the idea.
So, do you have any weird little things you do? You know you do. Don't try to hide it. That's another symptom of OCD...trying to hide it.
Well, I have another ultrasound today and I am super excited about it. I'm also hoping that Dr. Mac has a super amazing miracle pill I don't know about that can cure me of this nausea. Oh, and believe me, I've tried everything. Ginger, ginger pills, real ginger ale (thank you, sweet Brandi!), Emetrol, eating crackers when I first wake up (gag), taking my vitamins at night, eating several small meals throughout the day, Preggie Pops, Preggie Pop Drops (which, by the way, is just candy...CANDY. I could have bought Lifesavers...blast you, babycenter.com)...I have tried everything. So, please dear Lord, let there be something I don't know about. I go to bed around 8:30 now...it's the only rest I get. It's so sad...I'm like 109-year old Ruth. Oh well...I know it'll be worth it...one day.