I'm thankful it's Friday. This week has been a blur, and yet has dragged on forever. It's been a week filled with injections, doctor appointments, trips to the pharmacy, waiting, more doctor appointments. (I'm guessing you can see where I'm going with this. Did you know April is Infertility Awareness Month? Yes it is. My timing is perfection.)
I've debated whether I wanted to talk about this on my blog. I sat down to write something yesterday - something cheery - but I was forcing something I wasn't feeling. When it comes right down to it I haven't been cheery at all this past week - my son and husband can attest to this. Yesterday at the store I almost broke down in tears for no good reason. That's what mega-doses of hormones will do for you, folks. Make you wanna cry while looking at Peeps among all the Easter candy and decorations. Not pretty.
I don't want to wallow or complain, but I do want to be honest in this little virtual place.
In other, more uplifting news:
- I picked-up the new Alison Krauss CD Tuesday and it is amazingly, gorgeous music to my ears.
- I also purchased tickets to the Alison Krauss concert in June. Can. Not. Wait. It's the day after my birthday.
- Tuesday was Muffins with Mom day at preschool. It was so cute. The kids sang songs for us, introduced us, and gave us sweet little gifts. And the muffins were delicious! I would have eaten the rest of Max's muffin, but didn't want to look like a pig.
- We got a new bed Monday. I told my husband last night that I wanted a whole day to just sleep in that bed. It is that comfortable.
- A wonderful friend watched Max today while I headed to yet another doctor appointment in Portland. I dropped Max off at 7:30. Yes, she is a wonderful gal and I owe her dearly for the early wake-up/drop-off.
And the photos are totally random today. They are photos of the loved ones putting-up with me this week, and loving me despite my moods. (I haven't felt much like picking up my camera this week. In my hormonal state I'm convinced my camera is awful in low-light conditions, and that I really NEED a new camera. Yes, these are the kinds of things that will bring a girl in my condition down... I will laugh about this someday...)