I moved into my new office today. I just had enough time to put my stuff down and get to work. I have so much to do. I love the office, but I feel out of the loop to the office antics. All the jokes over the cube. I guess when you are boss you’re out of the loop.
I have two employees. One I been working with as a peer and one to be hired. So far so good. I am working on my delegation skills. Now that I have been promoted I feel I need to up my game at work. I only took a half an hour lunch to get more work done. As soon as we get past year-end. I am sure things will lighten up.
I going to a sleep over tonight. I wish it was with a man LOL!! My old neighbor needs someone to drive her to her egg retrieval in the morning. So I am sleeping over because I do not live close to her.
It is sad when us SMC have no one to help. If it happened on a week day she was going to have the cab driver say he was related to her. What do you do when you don’t have a partner or family close to help you. That is why I know I need to move to Boston eventually. My family would never leave me in the dust. Granted I don’t have much family and they are all in there 60’s. I appreciate them and the fact that they are excited for my journey.
I wonder how long egg retrieval takes???
- Can DHEA Help Reduce IVF Failures? (onehealthyblog.com)
- The IFV Journey (themadmama.wordpress.com)
I believe I made it through phase 1. They are coming to appraise the property. I wanted to ask so many question. Does this mean everything is good and it is going through? No clear answer on that. But I made it to the next step.
regardless this is a good sign. 30-60 days I hopefully no longer will be a home owner. I will be homeless. My first option to move might fall through. Thank god for plan B. My friends who are going to adopt my dog are willing to take me in for how long I need. They are so great!! It is a beautiful thing to have great friends.
I am going to keep praying that everything works out!! A friend of mine who had three children. Two through IVF said she truly believes she got her kids from praying everyday. I need to get on that band wagon. I am running on blind faith here, that I am doing the right thing!!!
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I found another documentary for single mother‘s by choice. This movie was screened at the 30th anniversary conference. I really liked this documentary. If the housing market was worth anything I would do exactly what the woman did in the movie. She took a second mortgage on the house and had her children.
I give this movie an A+. It was very honest, real and touching. I felt all her emotions. There were several women depicted in the movie. I found this movie on the SMBC website under there forum section. I love that I streamed it to my computer for five bucks. Here is the link if anyone is interested. The video is located here.
It was nice to see how she choose her sperm donor. I felt I went through the whole process with her. She had a relationship that was up and down through the whole process. She even considered making him her child’s father for her last chance not to do it alone. Wow that was powerful because I feel the exact same way.
She did end up doing it alone and had major issues she had to deal with. When she stated she was in 30K worth of debt to have her children. My mind was running and sad for my small savings account, my house with no equity, and my 401k that isn’t worth shit. I have nowhere to pull this money. Also these credit cards with their ridiculous interests rates.
Not all the women in the movie ended up with children. I felt their pain also. This movie hit many topics. Picking a sperm donor. Going through the process and not achieving success. Switching to IVF because IUI weren’t working. The debt you incur and still could be babyless.
I watched this movie twice yesterday. I know something will open up for me to make this happen. I am staying positive. My food has been clean for seven days. I feel lighter and positive. I am going to stay focus and I know things will go my way. My faith is increasing. Finally light at the end of the tunnel.