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*raises a glass to intuition*

Congratulations on your self restraint and discipline!
Here's hoping your yoga instructor has good intuition.

i'm slow catching up with you...can't get back into swing of life after carmel..which is fantasy life/food/wine/views but as a person who doesn't really love quotes but uses them frequently...'good things come to those who wait'...so, we wait.

It's fine… Wait…Did one of those eggs get fertilized? You should focus on your pregnancy if it did. I'm glad you did have some sleep though. It makes fatigue go away, and it helps your baby rest too.

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