Wow! Even though each day lately has felt 100 hours long, we've miraculously made it to November 26th, the day when we can hear officially if the first round of IVF was successful. Over the past week, I have been doing everything I can to stay busy, including some odd tasks:
Leaf blowing the yard, vacuuming (three times last week), cooking Thanksgiving dinner for Chris's family, putting up two Christmas trees and a Christmas village complete with two train sets, re-caulking the bathtubs, practicing the piano, putting up my parents' outside Christmas lights, hosting a group from our church for fellowship and brunch, folding laundry, lint rolling the furniture, and organizing the hall closet.
Yep. I am totally sane.
At 6:00 AM this morning, Chris and I strolled into Divine Providence Hospital's outpatient lab so I could get my blood work completed.
And now, it's 9:08 AM, and we are waiting to get a phone call from Dr. Sasson. That's all I've got for now.