1. Registration for Advocacy Day is open! It's Thursday, May 14th and oh my gosh, watching the video on the site made me tear up and feel empowered all over again! I'm not sure if I'll be able to attend this year - depending on when Lemon arrives I may only have a one or two-week old, so I haven't registered yet but regardless I'm so excited the date has been chosen! Also, if you think you can't do it - you really can.
2. Speaking of advocating, the DC Walk of Hope is Saturday, June 6th - the site for it should be up and running soon and I can't wait! We had a site visit to National Harbor a few weeks ago and it was so great to meet some of the volunteers who will be helping. I can't wait for this year's walk - more to come on this!
|Ashley and me - co-chairs for this year's DC Walk of Hope!|
4. I passed my glucose test! I wasn't overly worried about it, but when it was confirmed I'd passed, I felt ridiculously proud. For so long I've felt betrayed by my body because of infertility and I'm really proud that it's finally doing everything it should be doing!
5. Um, how is it February this weekend? I will be watching the Superbowl (and probably knitting at the same time) on Sunday - despite my tiredness I will stay up to watch Tom Brady lose. Sorry I'm not sorry Patriots fans.
What are your five for (almost) Friday? Will you be watching the Superbowl? (Watching just the commercials and halftime show totally counts!)