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TTC related...I'm on CD 34, still no period (not prego) I have to go for blood work on CD3 of my next cycle. We leave for Kansas Thursday morning. If I don't start today, i'm not gonna be able to get my blood work done this month.
Amy, I could actually go to anywhere that draws blood I believe. It's just not going to be ideal. Thursday and Sunday will be traveling, and they would like me to go in around 9'sh with no food. Hopefully, I'll either start today, or after Saturday.
Ah man, that really stinks, Nichole! POAS, that always makes AF come for me when I see nothing! Literally, when we are TTC and if I do go late and finally decide to test, AF will show up within a few hours. It's nuts!
Moan for me-feeling lazy! Teresa was up for a few hours in the middle of the night so I am tired. Of course, the stinker is just now getting up-I've heard some noise from up there, but no shouts for MOM yet.
I was late to work because I got stuck behind a multiple car crash that blocked the left two lanes of the tollway. I walked in with the kids (which is considered late) and saw my principal in the hallway -- which means he knows I was late. Because I was flustered, I marked my attendance sheet wrong and a mother of a "present" student was called to inquire about his "absence" -- which sent her into panic mode. I didn't get to get a drink of water until noon because I had kids in my room for 5 straight class periods.
Oh, and the worst part......on Friday, some kids stayed after school to write "thank you"cards for the teachers. 75% of the staff received a card. I didn't. And what really hurts is that I am the teacher who gives up every lunch period to help the kids -- they know that I'll rearrange my daycare plans after school so they can stay and get help -- I'm the one who plays the goofy social studies videos that they like to sing and dance to. I know I'm not a saint and I'm sure that some kids don't like me, but c'mon.....no one wrote me a thank you card.