Wednesday, December 20, 2006

(Lucky) Number 41

Yeah, the confusion is over. After all that on and off spotting, the Crimson Bitch has arrived.

And, it was a "perfect" 28 day cycle. Honestly, it would only be perfect if we actually had the miracle of getting pregnant, but hey, you can't wish for something that won't happen, right?

Blech. I'll write some more later, after I take some drugs to take that feeling of someone ripping out my insides away. Oh, yeah, and crack open a bottle of vino.

Sushi, anyone?

13 comments:

St. Cecilia said...

Hey you. Well, at least you can do something, right (getting your period in 28 days)? haha

Hang in there babe.

I'm with you, though, on Advent... I'm just not in the Christmas spirit this year. I think the infertility crap has taken over for me.

Wanted: A Baby said...

Hey I agree, hang in there. My cycles lenghths are different every single month, seriously. I have anywhere from a 28 day (rare) to 34 day cycles, with 32 or 33 being most common.

Infertility Journey

Nickie said...

I hope you're comfortably numb by now. Sorry the hag had to show, glad she stopped fucking around with you.

Kath said...

Dear S, I'm sorry about that gratuitous mind-fuck.

Sushi sounds great -- I'll bring the raw-milk cheese and the diesel oil.

And a big hug.

Heather said...

Sorry about that. Hope you get to enjoy the holidays!

Carol said...

well at least you have one answer. Enjoy the sushi and wine.

Debbie said...

At least you can drink at all the holiday parties, right?? (half smile)

I wish this was easier, I'm sorry.

-Debbie

cat said...

love to you. *hugs*

Watson said...

Sushi, lots of wine, and some yummy soft cheeses thrown in, just for good measure!

Hang in there S, I'm sending you good thoughts!

:-)

St. Cecilia said...

hope you are doing well and hope you had a very Merry Christmas, despite the continued infertility saga.

Manuela said...

And don't forget the unpasteurized cheese...

Mother2b said...

Just discovered your blog and couldn't relate more. When I found out at 11.5 weeks that I had to have a d & c, straight to the sushi restaurant I did go. Drinking sake and eating that forbidden food did, at least for a while, make me feel like I was sticking it to the Gods of Fertility. So there!
I have a video blog if you're interested. http://mother2bvlog.blogspot.com.
I look forward to coming back to yours and hope the new year brings new luck and success (for both of us!!!)
Yours in this journey, mother2b

Tara said...

I love the term "Crimson Bitch" Made me laugh out loud. (but I hate typing lol)

I hope you don't mind if I use that...?