It happened, Friday morning. The very last and final of my fertility tests, my sonohysterogram. As the sonographer searched through my file for notes regarding further testing, I jumped up and felt like screaming, "It's been a fun ride, but . . PEACE OUT!" My face says it all . . .
It was necessary that my joy be documented. My uterus is clear. As the sonographer put it, "Your uterus shows no signs of interference for implantation." Hooray for a good baby maker! In all seriousness, though, I've had this fear that if any medical professional was given the opportunity to peek inside my uterus, I'd be a lost cause. On the contrary, there is NOTHING! As planned, zero surgery. . . yay! . . we will proceed with IVF next month. I'm beyond giddy! It feels like Christmas/the end of the school year/we're going on a fabulous vacation - all bundled up into one package and then multiplied by ten.
Yes, it's another Mother's Day sans enfant, but I received some really excellent news; and I could not be more grateful. I'm thankful for the tender mercies. They are real and they are there. At the very beginning of this roller-coaster-ride-of-a-trial, I was devastated and I was bitter. Shamefully, I have to say that I've never really had anything not go my way, and so it was a hard pill to swallow. I totally get it now. It's hard to explain, but a lot of things needed to change and I think that this trial was what it took for it to all happen. Trust me, I have a l-o-n-n-g-g-g way to go (don't we all, though?), but I think I'm a better and stronger person than I was a year ago. I believe Steven could attest to it all. We've come a long way together, he and I . . . I love that guy and all that he does for us.
Speaking of roller coaster rides, Steven and I were 2 of 4 chaperones to take 45 of his 8th graders to Magic Mountain. Let me tell you, "It was fabulous!" 22 hours - there and back . . . the kids were super cool and my husband sure seems to have found his path. It's sure good to see Mr. D in his element.
I am praying that my 'roller coaster pics' don't go viral. They are, in fact, that bad. Let's just say, that the teenager behind the counter, knew exactly where our pictures were. Yikes!