Archive for March, 2006

It’s not too bad

Posted on 18. Mar, 2006 by .

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I woke up this morning and after fixing my hair the way I usually do, it’s not too bad. Kyle and friends at work actually like it. It has more tones to it-a little bit of blonde, a bit of red, and a little bit of my natural. It kind of gives me that sunkissed […]

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Wannabee Irish Rock Star

Posted on 17. Mar, 2006 by .

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I wore green today, not because I’m Irish, but because I have traumatic memories of not wearing green. I remember one St. Patrick’s Day in middle school that I showed up to school and didn’t have green on. The rest of the day I endured the incessant question “Where is your green?” and then was […]

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waiting game

Posted on 15. Mar, 2006 by .

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Everything went very well on Monday with the IUI. No problems this time. Now we wait–in a couple of weeks we will know if we are pregnant. So please hope and pray with us!!

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Maybe this time

Posted on 11. Mar, 2006 by .

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For those who want the details of our latest fertilty efforts-read on…. We decided to do another cycle of IUI (intrauterine Insemination). Instead of an oral medication (Clomid), I am taking an injectable stimulation medication called “Follistim”. Thankfully, needles don’t bother me, so giving myself a shot isn’t really a big deal. It ihas been […]

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Ethics?

Posted on 11. Mar, 2006 by .

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Thankfully, my job is going very well. As I expected, the part-time status was short-lived. It’s kind of hard to be in management and not be there all the time. Somehow working full-time at this job isn’t as stressful. Granted I am still trying to figure out when to do laundry, buy groceries, and clean […]

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Back in the saddle again

Posted on 02. Mar, 2006 by .

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I am so amazed how God has truly provided. I am loving my job. I’m learning a lot, and I am finding that work doesn’t stress me out as much anymore. Since I have been working as a nurse, there is this underlying stress. When you know that every decision made has consequences, and could […]

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