Wow, this thread grew fast!
I've been working for my parents on a very part-time basis the last few months, and I was kind of crampy yesterday, but I figure labor isn't likely to come on so fast that I can't either drive myself home or have one of my family members drive me home, so I wasn't too worried. And here it is, a gorgeous Wednesday, and no baby yet. I have a midwife appointment in half an hour (we live five minutes away from her office; it's such a luxury), and I'm looking forward to seeing what she has to say about my progress in the last week. I think baby is still somewhat posterior, but when I talked to my chiro about it, he said there just wasn't room for the baby to be completely anterior in my uterus, and he thinks that baby will be just fine to reposition in early labor (I wish s/he were LOP rather than tending toward ROP, but I have a good feeling about it working out either way).
I bought flowers, herbs, and tomato plants yesterday and am hoping to get some work done on my container gardens and little garden square today! It's a bit early to plant some of this stuff for Minnesota, but I think it'll be alright, and I'm afraid if I don't get it done before the baby arrives, it won't get done at all. I have to finish making some snacks I want to have for labor, and freeze some soup a friend made us, and a number of other assorted little tasks. I keep hoping I'll wake up in the middle of the night in labor, but I'm still very relaxed about timing for this little one, unlike one of my former coworkers, who is due on Sunday and is scheduled to be induced Monday if her baby boy doesn't arrive. I guess she's pretty uncomfortable. I have trouble imagining that I'd want to be induced the day after my due date barring pretty severe issues, but that's just me, and we'll see how I feel if/when I get there.