Thursday, May 14, 2009

Blooming and thinking




May in Cairo is awesome. Everything is blooming and looks so beautiful. Makes me feel good and corny.

I have not thought much about my next FET until recently. Well let me rephrase that, the thought is ALWAYS there, but I guess I filed it on the back shelf, along with other things I don't want to think about now.

So last night i say to Super S, "are we going to try to transfer this month?" ( wish we were talking about money...) He's like "yeah." That was it. Is that bad, no. It's just become that simple for us. The talking about doing it that is. I remember I used to get all excited and hopeful, now I just get nervous and I guess a bit of hope still lurkes around too I can't deny that.

So embryo transfer number 7 is about to begin. As soon as our dependable, never failing to appear friend Aunt Flow arrives, the first day I will start the wonderful pills that Dr. Polite likes me to take. Can. Not. Wait. As the pills are hormones of some sort they really add to my mood and make me so sweet as I get my uterus and body ready for transfer. Fun.

But you know what, I am kinda excited about this time actually. This will be our first transfer where I have no damaged tube connected to my uterus. Remember I had my last and final left tube ligated in January. So this may just work huh?

A few of the super gals on my blog roll are pregnant so maybe 2009 is the year for us? Let's hope so.



13 comments:

  1. I hope that we're all blossoming soon. :)

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  2. Hopefully this will be lucky number 7. The flowers are so lovely - I love seeing things bloom and grow. And thank you so much for your comment - I think it is well past time I come out from under my rock and re-join the world.

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  3. Lovely photos! Wishing you much success -- lucky seven, yes?

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  4. I hope that the tube removal did the trick and that it's now your time to bloom!

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  5. #7 was the one that worked for us. FX!

    Your cactus picture (which is beutiful) reminded me of standing in the Home.Depot plant section looking at the cacti and realizing all the flowers were glued on. LMAO!

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  6. Funny. I am so far from you and haven't following your blog for a very long time yet, but I felt a sense of optimism as I read this post. A sense that it's a good time for you. Plus getting rid of the toxins that were, no doubt, dripping into your uterine cavity from that distally blocked tube makes it SO much more likely your little embies will feel welcomed to stay and grow! I'm praying for you!

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  7. all of my appendages are crossed for you, I am so excited for you and happy to read about your positive vibes going into #7. 2009 has to be your year, it just has to!!

    spring does look lovely over there, pretty flowers. :)

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  8. Oh, this is a brand new cycle for you without that damaged tube! Oooooohhhhh, this could be awesome!!!! Lots of good vibes coming your way, darlin'!

    And I love the pics too!

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  9. Ooh, I so hope this is your year!!!!

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  10. Here's to February babies! I hope everything goes well!

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  11. Hoping this is it! Hooray!

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