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06/29/2010

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Hey, there's nothing wrong with feeling optimistic!

If your doctor tries to avoid a weekend IUI, you should definitely push him. He's in the wrong business if he wants someone's egg to schedule itself around his weekend golf games. :-) I think it's very good that you feeling positive and confident this cycle.

When it comes to caring about things that are very important to us we are always potentially setting ourselves up for disappointment. OR setting ourselves up for some extreme happiness.

It's going to happen for you. I don't think there is any reason for it not too. I hope you did reschedule your visit with your dad and stepmom. Might be nice to have that distraction during your 2ww?!

Take care! Thinking good thoughts for you, Chris

Hey, there's nothing wrong with feeling optimistic!

If your doctor tries to avoid a weekend IUI, you should definitely push him. He's in the wrong business if he wants someone's egg to schedule itself around his weekend golf games. :-) I think it's very good that you feeling positive and confident this cycle.

When it comes to caring about things that are very important to us we are always potentially setting ourselves up for disappointment. OR setting ourselves up for some extreme happiness.

It's going to happen for you. I don't think there is any reason for it not too. I hope you did reschedule your visit with your dad and stepmom. Might be nice to have that distraction during your 2ww?!

Take care! Thinking good thoughts for you, Chris

If he doesn't want to do a weekend IUI, then he should return your $1000 or do the next one for free. And you can find a new doctor in the meantime. ;) (I'm very wary of any doctor who thinks health care happens on a weekday schedule.)

I'll just chime in with my agreement that anyone who thinks that nature pauses on the weekends is just ridiculous. Hope he doesn't give you any hassle about the weekend, even over a holiday. Fireworks always make me feel alive and inspired, so that's a good omen. Good luck!

go with your gut. may fireworks ensue!

wishing you the best!

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