Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Because Occassionally You Just Need to Feel in Control of Something.

The evening before the last day of school each year (sometimes even the morning of the last day) I would slink into my mom's room and ask her to cut my hair. Not trim. Cut. Surely she thought I was crazy, but every year my mom obliged.

I've made no secret of my want for more children, or our lack of success in that department. When we passed the requisite six months of trying, my doctor said to give it a little more time. Which made complete sense. I was still breastfeeding and even though it took us a long time to get our first born, conception was never the issue. I mean I practically have Irish triplets so clearly I know how to breed. Right?

Except, then another six months passed. So I trudged back to the doctor, who agreed it was probably worth checking out. My blood work came back normal and Wesley's swimmers are in tip top shape, but they did see something funky on my ultrasound. "Probably endometriosis." "Probably nothing to worry about."

Friday morning I go in for a hysteroscopy to get a closer look at the goods. It's "probably nothing to worry about." And yet, like any other red blooded woman would, I do. There's a big looming question mark in my life.

Tomorrow feels a lot like the last day of school.

On a lighter note, I'm talking about my 45 minute, nearly-ready philosophy on life
at Smithfield. I've even included a recipe! Do be a doll and pop on over? Puh-lease.


Erin said...

You are in my thoughts.
The hair looks HOT!

Anonymous said...

Let us know how it goes, ok?

Your hair looks great!!

Cathy K

Jen said...

I am loving your new hair.

I can so relate to what you are feeling. Good luck and I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Stacia said...

Your hair looks beautiful! Good luck tomorrow. For what it's worth, try to get some sleep tonight.

Mom Went Crazy said...

I hope everything goes well for you on friday! Your hair looks great.

Unknown said...

Girl, how many inches off? WOW. It looks great!!!

Good thoughts for you for tomorrow..

Margaret said...

Love, love, LOVE the hair!!! It's fabulous!

And yeah, I will be thinking about you tomorrow.

Jessica said...

How do I hang out with you several times a week...and have to read this through your are slipping lady.

Tracie Nall said...

The hair looks awesome!

Sending lots of good thoughts and prayers your way

Unknown said...

Love the hair!
BTDT with the tests, thinking of you April!!

SeekerofGrace said...

I'm loving the hair... not the ttc trouble... everything ok? Keep us posted. xoxo

The Turkstra's said...

No way! I love the hair!! I'm hoping the clomid works for you! It did for my friend and by the way she only got one not 2 or 3.

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