Monday, June 25, 2012

Two weeks working under my belt

Well, today started week three of my new job. I absolutely love being back on the work force and am enjoying my job, the company and the people I work with. Unfortunately since it has been so long since I have been in a work environment, I ended up getting sick last week so I have been battling that since Wednesday.
Things have been neglected since starting the job...housework, my love of cooking big elaborate meals for dinner, and my blogging and vlogging and Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest; oh how I miss my social networking communities. I'm hoping that I can soon find my groove and find time to do everything since I enjoy everything.
I have been wrapped up in the phenom of "Fifty Shades of Grey" and now that I am on the third book, I am wondering what I am going to do when I get to that last page. I could do what my cousin-in-law is doing and start reading them all over again. Her theory is that going cold turkey from Christian Grey could be hazardous to your health....and quite frankly I think I agree with that sentiment. I would venture to say that these books are helping many with their BD sessions...although unfortunately we haven't had much luck of that on this end with me being tired from the job and sick with this cold.

Thank you to those of you who still keep up with me. It means a lot that I'm on your hearts and in your minds. An update on my cycle is that I am CD24 and there has been no sign of ovulation so far. I have not started my progesterone cream because I'm hoping that with the LA Diet my cycles might regulate themselves. However, if I don't start AF by CD35 I will get back on the progesterone cream therapy.

Monday, June 4, 2012

My 20 day cycle

Well, today is officially CD3. That means if you are keeping track, last cycle was only 20 days!!! I am not sure if things are trying to get back on track since last cycle was the first since the miscarriage in October, or if the Low Amylose Diet is helping to regulate. I am completely dumbfounded. I did do the Soy Isoflavones last cycle from CD5-CD9. I started progesterone cream on CD12 and have continued that this time even though AF has arrived. Today is 12 days on the cream and I am thinking I will finish up the cream either tonight or tomorrow night.
As for the Soy, I haven't decided if I will do that this cycle or not, but I am convinced that the new low amylose way of living is really helping matters as well.

I have slacked on  vlogging with all the interviews I have been on, and the confusion with the cycles. I hope to get a vlog done tonight. Keeping fingers crossed.

On a high note, after 16 months of being out of work, I start a new job next Monday! I am so thankful for this wonderful blessing. It will help in more ways that I can even mention, but two of the most important ways it will help is 1) Taking the stress off my DH of being the only bread winner around here. 2) Having extra $$ to put away to doing another transfer with our two remaining embies (that is if we don't have a miracle natural bfp).