Saturday, August 11, 2007

Are We There Yet?

Can I test yet?

Anyone who knows me knows that I am an extremely patient person, but the TWW can try anyone’s patience.

Can I test yet?

I tested early once and I was completely devastated when I got a BFN. I promised myself that I would never do that again. So I have to wait.

Can I test yet?

I guess I should look at this as a life test:
*Just how patient am I?
*How much suspense do I really like?
*How many new ways can I find to distract myself in one day?
*What is my favorite form of torture?

Can I test yet?

I have bought some new trashy novels to read, new music to listen to, and have scheduled lots of time with friends. And I also must mention that I intentionally agreed to meet insanely tight deadlines at work over the next two weeks.

But can I test yet?

Nevertheless, it is extremely difficult for me not to interpret every bodily twinge as a sign of pregnancy. I am going to spare you the details, but I think I could be pregnant. Then again, maybe my body is simply working its way through the injectable medication.

Can I test yet?

Needless to say, it’s going be a long two weeks.

6 comments:

vee said...

It's always a long two weeks. I've yet to find a distraction that makes the time pass by more swiftly. I suspect the only thing that might be successful would be a medically induced coma.

Lo said...

Good luck with the waiting. I am NOT a patient person....I was always beside myself!

oneofhismoms said...

You were glowing when I saw you, but probably just with anticipation (and rain drops). This month I'm going to do my best to not think about it. I think I'm going to pretend that I don't feel pregnant the whole time.

Jennifer said...

Good luck with the wait. That's always the hardest part.

calliope said...

waiting SUCKS!!!

hope it goes by swiftly and with a prize.
xo

nycphoenix said...

I would suggest War and Peace for the next two weeks! This was always the hard part.