Monday, January 26, 2009

Cycle Day 11

Only one line this morning on the OPK - but that's to be expected. Hopefully we'll see a change by the weekend. Come on ovulation. *sigh*

Last night was a really, really rough night. Went to bed at 10:30pm and rolled around and felt my heart pounding (anxiety type of attack) for hours. I'm assuming I finally fell asleep by 3am as I don't remember seeing the clock after around 2:45am. So now I get a full day at work completely exhausted and yawning like crazy. I need a nap. Argh. No clue what kicked off the anxiety last night.

It sounds like Di had a good weekend and is still hanging in there. I'm so glad her husband, son and daughter are getting some quality time in. I remember going through that with my father and every moment is precious.

Finally, today's scripture struck a chord with me:
“Bow down to the Lord. He will lift you up.” (James 4:10)

A big ol Amen to that. Be well, all.


  1. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you!

  2. My hands are folded in prayer for you. I know what it is like to have the old OPK show only one line. In fact, the OPK has only ever shown one line and a second line that is half as dark as the first. (ugh) It is so frustrating. I'm right here hanging in there with you. :)

    So good that Di's family will be able to share some much needed time with her. I too know all too well what that is like. Have done it numerous times.

    Great verse, it spoke right to my heart. Actually it was the perfect verse for me to read today. I certainly have needed some hopeful words.

    Hugs and blessings,

  3. Ann, I just found your invitation on my Facebook page. I'm glad to be able to come along on this journey with you. I am honoured that you have asked me to accompany you through this most difficult journey.

    You are in my heart. I haven't been through what you're going through with the infertility, but I have been through a lot of the other stuff you're dealing with. The most important thing in all this is a positive attitude.

    Your mind has the most powerful influence on your entire body and the way it functions. I know it's easier said than done, but thinking positive really will help.

    Sending you a huge hug from both me and Ryan, he's ill but sends his love and hugs to you too.

    Best wishes,
    Linda xxx