Thursday, March 21, 2013
In the last seven days:
I started my period, meaning I am not pregnant AGAIN.
My doctor said I should have a mid-cycle progesterone test that is not covered by insurance since it's infertility related.
Picking up my Clomid prescription bums me out, because the pharmacist says, "I can't find your insurance for this medication," and I have to tell them it's not covered since it's for INFERTILITY, thanks for asking.
I got some news from my family that worries me.
I got some news from hubby's family that worries me.
My teaching job is not what I want to do forever, and I'm wondering if I should renew my contract. But I've had a new job every single year since I've been out of college (7) and it's starting to make me feel like a failure.
Our house is a wreck because hubby is doing some drywall work.
The internet was broken this morning.
Also this week:
I was pregnant once, I can do it again.
My doctor thinks it's worth continuing with the Clomid instead of something more involved.
My Clomid prescription, although not covered by insurance, is not expensive.
The people I'm worried about have people who love them and will not give up on them. My fridge is currently displaying 4 thank you notes from family members that we've been lucky enough to be able to help this last month. Generosity of time and resources is a key value for my family.
I enjoy the day-to-day of my job. I have the incredible luxury of not needing to work to support my family. I have a college degree that gives me options of where to work.
I have a house. I have a hubby that is handy.
And apparently I have internet again.