Thursday, 7 March 2013

Totally Not Prophetic: my body didn't want to play ball

Well, in the end, the dream I had proved to be just that: a dream and nothing more. As suspected really.

Meh. I called in sick this morning, which will instead be spent wallowing on the couch, curled up into a ball in my duvet.

Right now, I don't have the energy for witticisms or the wherewith all to run through my silver linings (although I know they are there). Maybe tomorrow.

Onwards and upwards. Over and out.

Edited to add: What can I say? You ladies are the greatest and I'm really feeling the love. Waking up this morning to all your thoughts and support has helped me make the best of a crappy situation, and I promise to be back soon with updates of the Onwards and Upwards variety.

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  1. Ugh. I'm sorry, Sadie. Wallow away today. Then join me in oh-so-brief period of relative calm. I'll look forward to the company.

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    1. I'm on my way Lentil! Thanks so much for the support.

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  2. I'm so sorry. I like to think that my pregnancy dreams are an indication of what's to come, but up until now they've only gotten my hopes up unnecessarily. I'm looking forward to your silver lining post, that's always how I make myself feel better too :)

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    1. Well, I told myself not to expect *anything* from that, but of course you can't help getting a bit hopeful, can you? The silver linings are on the way!

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    1. Thank you Janet, I neede that today.

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  4. Oh, I'm sorry! Bad-news days are always awful, no matter how high or low the expectations are. Thinking of you...

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    1. No matter what, you just have to go through...Thanks for your thoughts.

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  5. I'm SO SO sorry. It's really hard not to get your hopes up and feel disappointed when you're let down. Lately I've been so discouraged too... everyday someone else I know gets pregnant. One of my friends just announced the baby she's carrying is a girl. It's so unfair. She has a 1 year old boy and now she's going to have a baby girl... both of whom were conceived on the first try. I just can't understand for the life of me why some people can have babies so easily and some of us can't even have one after years of trying. I am really hoping and praying that you get your rainbow soon <3

    xx

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    1. Thank you so much for all your wishes Catherine, it means a lot. Nope, there's nothing fair about it, but I feel heartened to be in such warm and thoughtful company, even if I wish none of us had to be here.

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  6. Boo. Stupid dreams getting our hopes all up. Wallow away, my dear. And here's hoping tomorrow looks brighter.

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    1. Boo indeed. And yes, today is already a bit brighter. This too shall pass.

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  7. Hugs to you. I'm sorry. Still hoping for you, new cycle, new chance. Feel it, and then let go.

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    1. That's how I try to look at it too Amanda: one cycle closer to The One That Works. Thank you so much for your support and your wishes!

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  8. Ugh, I'm so sorry. But I wish you happy wallowing - you earned it. Some days are just not the kind of days when you're full of witty quips. On those days, you've just got to indulge yourself, curl up in a ball, and wallow away. Thinking good thoughts for the next go round!

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    1. Thanks Sarah, your company here is so appreciated. I really did indulge in some serious wallowing, but I needed that!

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  9. Im so sorry. Hope your day off helps with some sad, quiet, me time!

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    1. Thanks Kimberly. Yesterday was definitely all about me!

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  10. I'm sorry. That really sucks. Your dream could still be prophetic of another month in the near future though! I really hope so.

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