love, life, and the pursuit of liberation
i woke up this morning to a peak on my monitor. this is the second month in a row where it’s gone straight from low to peak, though the sticks had a faint second line for 2 days or so. unlike like last month, i’ve been feeling this follicle growing. i’ve been having dull, yet noticeable aches on BOTH sides since last weekend. this will be interesting.
to add a new twist this month (because you know no two months are the same), we are going to visit A’s family tomorrow because it’s her little brother’s birthday. we’ll be staying in a hotel because this heathen lifestyle isn’t allowed in their home. at least they acknowledge me by name now and not as “that girl.” if they only knew my age and the fact that i’m not christian, i’m sure they’d have me arrested or before the pastor as corrupting their poor, innocent daughter. but i digress.
so we are supposed to do the second insemination tomorrow around 2. slight problem– the hotel is an hour away from the party and we can’t check in that early. so we’ll have to do the insemination at her mother’s house. good thing her father is out of town because i KNOW he wouldn’t be having it. but her mother wants to be a grandmother too badly, so maybe she’ll be cool. i’m so glad i’m not the one having to discuss this with her today! selfish of me, i know, but i’m keeping it real. damn, now i’m having flashbacks of the dave chapel.le skit “when keeping it real goes wrong.” *sigh*
so, this will be VERY interesting. sing kum-ba-yah for me and i’m going to have to meditate with some serious intentions today.
today’s affirmation: *thinking, thinking, thinking* even the unexpected leads to greater good