The scientific method. You know what I remember about it? The phrase "Queen Rocks Hard Ever Other Time." It's how you were supposed to remember the steps. sadly. Last night after telling Ben that I go about things very scientifically because he suggested that I'm more of a "gut" feeling-er. Which I am. Kind of. Except that I like to go through and use scenarios. I mean, I'm not an impulse buyer. Clearly that points to something scientific.
Also, I've been doing some scientific ovulation experiments. Aka. Peeing in a cup and then dipping a stick into it to test my ovulation. (TMI?) I found them on amazon. (It's become a problem) and there were a million of them for $15 and delivered to my door. No, I'm not currently having a bebe. Just thinking about it. And thinking about having babies literally sends my mind into overdrive of scientificness--aka, when is the perfect time and what would make that child's bday and I don't want it to be in summer, or at christmas, or in january or really february and I want to keep working out, and what if I get sick this time and it isn't glorious, can I go on vacation before this happens, what if I can't have drinks? is it still vacation? can I really manage with 2? does your heart ACTUALLY magically grow? where will we put the stuff? can G sleep in a crib forever? the list goes on. You adequately believe I'm crazy, right?
Anyway, so I remind Ben of this experiment last night after this discussion and he's all "Oh yah.. How is that going?"
I'm all... "well... I do it when I get home from work and then by the time the 5 minutes time frame is up I've already forgotten about it and don't check for a few hours so..... inconclusive."
He laughed. Shook his head. Said, "you're pretty. You're like a smart Penny." (from big bang theory. which we had just watched. and maybe I referenced his similarities to Sheldon.)