Just wanted to let you all know that I’m doing well. I’m in excellent spirits. :) All of your amazing comments have meant so much to me. Thank you for your thoughts, prayers, and loving energy. We’re staying the week at my mom’s (always good for the soul), and we’ll know more Wednesday. Until then I’m loading up on healthy foods and green juice, watching TV, reading books, and thinking rich fertile thoughts. :)
Over a year ago, I wrote a post about being a mom in the future. Some of you have been asking about various things I might/might not do regarding birth and raising children. While I’ll be writing in more detail over the coming months to answer those questions… check out this old post to see where my mind was/is still at: Future Mom. (Add cloth diapering and baby wearing to the list of things we plan on doing.)
We saw Food, Inc. at the Film Forum in New York City tonight. It was amazing. I was moved to tears a couple of times. I was riled up. My blood boiled in parts. I was humbled. I was motivated. And, I was inspired.
Animal Planet sent me the following info about the upcoming episode for the TV series Whale Wars (I’m bummed that I can’t watch it in NY in my hotel room, but my friend is Tivo-ing it for me). Whale Wars had over 1.2 million viewers for the premiere episode last week. Here are a few clips from the upcoming episode tomorrow. Take a look below:
Weak Hull: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQ-7pa6gI9I
Close Call: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siSHXStPnSE
A brief synopsis of the second episode:
A huge weather system moves in and the Steve Irwin is forced to take shelter behind a large iceberg. By morning, they are surrounded by ice so thick they can no longer move. The ice begins to push against the aging ship’s fragile hull, denting it inwards. (That’s some scary sh*t!)
Visit the official site for more info: http://animal.discovery.com/tv/whale-wars/
Whale Wars airs Fridays at 9 PM E/P on Animal Planet.