Slowest week ever. TGIF tomorrow. At least it’s been slow for me, K has been run ragged with school work but I’ve had plenty of time to think about how slow it is! Luckily I have a busy Friday planned full of meetings and reports so it should fly by.
Not that there is a lot to report, but being it was why we started this blog in the first place I give you Symptom Watch V12.0:
Extreme exhaustion; waking up with nausea this morning (let me point out here that the first two are most likely because of the hard work I mentioned above, and the fact that she didn’t get to bed until after 3am and the alarm goes off at 6.15. Ouch); some tight belly feeling; gassy feeling.. and that’s about it. Did I miss anything?
Not that I trust symptoms at all anymore but there you have it. Different from other months which could be a good thing because we all know how those turned out. But it’s on record for better or for worse.
I for one am very nervous about this test. We are not poas, we’ll just end up getting our hopes back up for the phone call anyway, so the plan is an 8am blood test and sometime in the afternoon the clinic will call. Hopefully early afternoon as we have a theory they do the good news calls first.
Tomorrow night one of K’s friends is coming over for dinner and we’re going to see a movie so that will keep us nice and distracted.
We’re all about ivf after this, and will be looking forward to jumping headfirst into that, but still reallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreally hopeful. It would just be amazing if this was finally it, just when we’re about to give up and go the full intervention route.
I mean come on, it’s about bloody time.