Monday, March 15, 2010

a lucky gal

I'm truly lucky. I have a wonderful family, my health, a good job, and many wonderful friends. But what I'm most thankful for, is my amazing husband. He listens to me talk about my day, my hopes and dreams, and my worries, with an open heart. He's a calming influence on me when I get too "in my head" about things, and often provides me with good, helpful, rational solutions. He understands me like no one else, and is always there just to listen. I couldn't have asked for a better partner in life.
Thank you, husband. You're the best. I love you!


  1. My friend, Kristin, sent me a link to your blog. My husband and I have been trying for 18 long months... I don't have PCOS-- but I do have cysts in general, fibroids, and possible endometriosis. . . I'm almost 36, so I feel like time is my enemy every month. We're now about to start month 3 of clomid. Nice to read about someone else who is in the same boat.

  2. Best of luck to you! I know what you mean about time feeling like the enemy. Good luck on round 3 of your clomid; let me know how it goes!

  3. We've already kind of accepted that adopting will at the very least be our #2 baby, even if we manage to get #1 biologically. At this rate, I don't think we're likely to conceive twice before I'm 40 anyway, and I'd like to have my kids at the most 3 years apart. And if none of this clomid stuff works, we'll probably take a few months of 'relaxing' before diving into the adoption process. I couldn't personally go thru IVF- just far too gut wrenching & uncertain for me to handle emotionally.

  4. I agree- I'm don't think I could do IVF either. It's a fine choice for some people, but I don't think I could do it. However, I guess I won't say I'll NEVER do it... because... never say never! :) Who knows. :) good luck!