Friday, December 3, 2010

Falling apart?

The acupuncture yesterday helped only temporarily. I've been a raging beotch with Mr Jem for the past three days. This morning, after apologizing for him for the 15th time, I got up, went to work and only when I got to work did I realize that I forgot both deodorant and to put on my makeup. What? Why would I forget to do that? 

I feel like my world is slipping. This "prepping for IVF" has my head spinning.
Okay, I have to get back to work and actually GET SOMETHING ACCOMPLISHED, dammit!

~Jem

8 comments:

Illanare said...

(o)

irrationalexuberance said...

Getting something accomplished at work is very overrated. It's totally normal to be excited and a bit overwrought by the situation and (even though Mr Jem might not like this), sometimes it's ok to be super bitchy girl too!

Meg. said...

Jem! Do we see the same "Dr. Z"??? I forget.

I just caught up on your last dozen entries, and I'm thinkin' yes. =) You're in GREAT hands, girl! Dr. Z really knows his shit.

So sorry your feeling so out of it. Prepping for IVF is tremendously hard work, in and of itself.

I'll be following your journey!

Kakunaa said...

The good news is you remembered to get dressed before you left :) HUGS.

runnyyolk said...

Personal hygiene is overrated when we have much bigger fish to fry in our lives ;)

One Who Understands said...

Oh Jem, that is so funny! Yes IVF does crazy things to all of us. Praying for you.

Lu said...

I forget my deodorant so often that I have some in my car and in a drawer in my office. Never done the no make up thing though. Those damn hormones are strong.

Emily How said...

Hi there,
I just read through your entire blog, and my heart goes out to you and I wish you all the success in your next (and hopefully last) ivf treatment. I'm just beginning my IF journey and am terrified. Our fertility issues are very similar, MFI so am looking into an ivf clinic in the bay area. So I wanted to ask you if you might be able to tell me which clinic you went to before you started at zouvres? (so I can avoid it) I'm at the point where we are not sure if the toll on us emotionally, physically and financially will be worth it. Reading through as many blogs as I can to get a clearer picture of what's in store for us in the near future. Lots of baby dust to you.
Em