Wednesday, April 15, 2009

quick hi

I have to apologize first. I feel so blah and all my post lately have been pathetic pity parties for one, hosted by me for me. They were a smashing hit I tell ya, but didnt get me very far.

I am officially late with my period, but that means squat. as it's my first cycle with my new MTHFR med. I do have some weird texture secretion. But I have read that this is the building of the mucus plug if I am in fact pregnant.

Another reason for my crabby attitude is that today marks 15 days without smoking. GO me! TODAY I kinda had a really hard day. On the way home from dropping Bug off at preschool there was a car in front of me that had a smoker in it. Her 2nd hand was coming through the vents of my car. I quickly shut off my defroster. and closed everything up.

I felt like a shark at the smell of blood. it was awful. set me off for a bad day. BUT I did not smoke. I can't smoke.

Remind me to tell you about tonight's outing to the Sea Dogs baseball game with Bug and hubby. I had so much fun.

but Lost is on...Thanks to DVR. I'll catch up with you all tomorrow. After my latest job search.


  1. I'm glad you are addressing the MTHFR:-) Lucky us, eh? Did you have any other clotting tests done?

    'Yeah' for the no-smoking. I've heard it is an awful addiction to kick- but anything for a healthy mama!!

  2. dude i hear ya. haven't had a cig since dec. my dh rarely smokes but this weekend he had to buy a pack. thankfully it's been so long the scent revolts me :)

    Good job not smoking!

  3. Nope no other clotting test...

    Should I?

  4. Woohoo, your late!! I hope this is good news for you!!

  5. SAmoking is super hard to break YAY for you :) That is awesome that you are doing that. How are your Homocystine levels?? Mine are down right now YAY :)

    DVR is great lol
    At least your doc is treating your MTHFR and that is a great thing :) I am still praying for that you know what on the PT :)

  6. Setting yourself manageable job search targets on a daily or weekly basis, and even scoring yourself to make sure that you stay on track, helps to make you feel in control of an area of life which might otherwise begin to feel totally unmanageable.