I normally have very vivid dreams, but this one takes the cake! I dreamt that I was a bird and I was looking out into a backyard and I watching another bird with her little baby chicks. As a bird I was thinking, "I'm really hungry and I really want to eat one of those birds, but that bird is my friend and if I eat her baby she would be very sad." I think that I started to swoop down on the baby bird that I had targeted, since my hunger won out, but I woke up before I could see the result.
Are there any dream interpreters out there? What is up with that????
I had a great weekend. On Friday night I went out for dinner with some colleagues. It was so much fun and it was great to hang out away from school. On Saturday I spent most of the morning getting a mani/pedi and having my eyebrows threaded. I absolutely LOVE getting my nails done, now it just has to be warmer so I can wear sandals!!!
Saturday afternoon I attended my first meeting of an IF support group that Tishi has organized. It was a great afternoon and I met some very strong and courageous women. We were all at different stages of our IF journey and it was really helpful for me to see how they deal with IF day to day. I can't wait to meet up with them next month!
Yesterday was a lazy day. After mass I took a nice long nap and then I went to two yoga classes. I was pretty distracted during the second one since I was getting pretty hungry! It was hard to be "present" while I was thinking of what I wanted to eat when I got home!
So this week I see my Napro doctor. I will be Peak +13 when I see her so she will have my bloodwork results from Peak +7. I really hope that the double dose of F.emara has helped. I've been feeling really tired since starting the HCG injections (I have my last shot tonight, woohoo!). I ovulated later this month than I did last, I think on CD16 or 17, which is what my body does on ovulation-inducing drugs.
After meeting with the girls of Saturday I've decided that the most important thing that I can do in my journey to be a mom is to BELIEVE that it's going to happen. After almost five years of seemingly getting no where, I just have to have faith that I will get pg one day.
Hopefully that's the missing piece to this puzzle.