Day 8. It feels so weird to say that...to be back to keeping track of the days in my cycle...
to be taking these (clomid) again.
I finished my last dose yesterday. It was good to me. Just one migraine and a few mood swings, that I can now blame on those two tiny pills pictured above. ;)
We have an appointment on Thursday morning. With that date fast approaching, I'm saving all the emotions for my next post - which I have a strong feeling, will be Wednesday night.
Because, as of right now, I'm not super moody, anxious, nervous, or wired (Give me a few days).
And I think that has to do with a little bit of a lot of things.
Like, feeling rejuvenated. Being busy. Getting my rest. Actually surprising myself (and Steve) and getting to bed at a normal hour, 3 nights in a row.
And above all,
feeling the deepest, most calming sense
of letting go.
I realized when I started writing tonight, that this is my 100th post.
It's kinda funny - the timing in it all, huh?!
Here we are, literally diving into the next chapter in post #100.
So I figured,
why not dive into this post
with a hundred and some memories from the past couple weeks.
Breakfast with the girls. When we make plans for omelets and coffee, there's never a need for us to say where. It's always Station B.
with pink candles on her blueberry pancakes.
Chloe (the munchkin of good cheer)
Happy Birthday, girlfriend.
A sunny, breezy walk with Kim, Rory and Sketchy.
A girl's night with Jessica, over baked ziti, and lots of comical and memorable chats.
Chats...I can't wait to pick up from where we left off.
our men after their boy's night.
definitely a framer <3
And another treat...
Spending a rainy Friday morning at home with this babe.
Muffin + Chloe = explosion from cuteness
A Friday afternoon with this girl.
We grabbed a bite to eat, and had one whole side of the restaurant to ourselves.
Good news for us. Bad news for anyone who could hear our cackles and snort - laughs.
We took 500 photos of random objects. We were loud n' proud.
Kelly took pictures of me taking pictures.
I painted my nails.
And then, Kelly helped me put on fake $1 eyelashes. Because, that's what we do when we go out to lunch.
I gave Aleisha a ringy, and her and Kelly chit chatted for a bit.
Only a few more months until this pretty mama brings another sweet love into the world.
We're so excited to meet Baby K, numero three.
mon cherie cinions.
Watching my brother play and sing at this spot is always relaxing and cozy.
I <3 this.
Yeti beer. Espresso Oak Aged Yeti beer.
Chats with my Mom, with Twinkie never far behind.
Before I left for Utah, Steve and I had ourselves a little rendezvous...
a romantic getaway...
a sweet escape.
We started at old reliable (Atlantic City)
and ended with a few days in Virginia.
We found a sweet little country inn that was full of color and character.
It was blissful. It was quiet. It was something different.
And it was the perfect way to say goodbye to February,
and welcome March,
with all that it holds in store for us.
I could live in this shower.
A cat. A thrift shop. And an ice cream parlor. O Yea!
this is his "where did my onions and mushrooms go?" look.
I'd like to thank my Mr.
for setting the camera on the seat of our car in just the right position.
And more importantly,
for all the memories.
Hope your day is sweet...
down to the last treat!!
100 times the Lovin',