For once, I'm at a bit of a loss for what to say. Now that I've had my consult, there's not much going on. Just waiting to feel ready to get back on the horse. I've started crocheting and I'm really enjoying it. I'm hoping to crochet a baby blanket for my cousin. She's have a girl (tear) and is due at the end of March. It hurt a lot when I found out she was pregnant over the summer because I was on a forced TTC break while M was in California for three months. Felt like the longest three months of my life. I can't be too begrudging to my cousin, though. She ended up needing clomid in order to get pregnant and she has been very sweet asking about my TTC woes.
In other news I freaked the shit out of myself today by reading comments about the sonohysterogram procedure (or whatever its called). I'm convinced it is going to be the most painful experience of my life and I will get a life threatening infection in my uterus from it. That's what I get for reading things on the internet ::shakes head::. I've got a while to prepare myself and I can ask my parents if I can take vicodin for the pain. The useful, less hysterical, information I gleaned from personal reports about the procedure is: it can hurt more for women who have never given birth (check), and it can hurt worse for women who have a retroverted uterus (check, again). This does not help me feel better about it, but at least I am aware.
This entry is more word-vomit than usual. I've got a lot batting around my head and yet, not at the same time. Thank goodness my sister and I are going for a walk this evening. We always have a little therapy session while we exercise, LOL.