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Cycle #19-27 - 2 Soy (160mg) cycles, the rest all natural also 30lbs lost!! - BFN's
Cycle #28 - New RE is GREAT! Put on bcp 7/6/11, Lap surgery 8/1/11- Tubal cyst (5cm) found and removed, Uterine Septum removed, and Stage II-III endo removed. Cycle #29 - All Natural - BFN, Cycle #30 - All Natural - BFN, Cycle#31 - All Natural - BFN, DONE TTC FOR NOW
Currently Im a SAHM and a part time barn manager/stable hand. I love both jobs Ive been working with horses since I was about 7, so what? 15ish years? geez...Anywho my current pony is a 4 month old Friesian/Paint filly whom im just ooberly in love with, she will be very flashy and GREAT in the show ring
of course kids are fun too
__________________ Momma to Ian (8), Morgan (7) and Isabella (4) - Expecting baby #4 in Oct. 2014!
I'm a computer programmer. I've been doing it for 3 years. I love programming, but I have grown to not like the company I work for very much. My zest for my job went a little downhill since I got promoted to supervisor.
I'm a Design Manager/Graphic Designer. Have been in my current job for just over a year now. Been working as a designer for 6 and a half years now. Love my current job and have an awesome boss although it's hard work. Workmate who I spend most of my time with though, is a complete nutter.
I'm a CRNA. It stands for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. I'm essentially a nurse with a masters who puts people to sleep. Yes, I do it all by myself. No, I don't need an anesthesiologist to help. That's why grad school was 27 LONG months. The general misconception in the public is that we (nurse anesthetists) just help the doctor, which is so far from the truth. The only thing they help with is signing the chart so they can get paid.
In the last year, I'm beginning to wonder if I shouldn't have been a midwife instead. I'll never go back and do it though, b/c it would be a huge paycut.
I love what I do, but not necessarily my current job. However, I've got less than a month til we move and I start my new job in SC on 9/14! I'm excited.
I could never be a SAHM. Some of us are just not cut out for that. And FWIW, a cardiologist I used to work with called his SAHM (wife) the CEO of a small family business. I loved that!