The idea of an international FET sounds glitzy and glamorous, and yet I find myself strangely bereft of things to say. Oh, cycle update? I, right, I... injected myself with FSH this morning. And, um, took some vitamins. And. Er. The dog likes me again now. My temperature was 36.07, plus also, well, I don't have another blood test til Wednesday. Oh! I hung out with my grandparents. Grandma made me lunch*.

Now, I'm well aware that if I have nothing to talk about, I don't have to post a blog entry. But in the words of one modern artist (ten points if you can name them**), "Sometimes I feel as if I don't have anything to say, and I really want to express that to the world.***"

I did, however, think it might be a good opportunity to remind you all about the International Infertility Film Festival - screening online from March 31st! There's still time to put together an entry! Hurrah! Films for all!

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*Homemade pizza on pita bread.

**Seriously. I've forgotten and it's bugging me.

***I may be paraphrasing, of course.


9 Comments

Rachel Inbar said...

Homemade pizza on pita bread is considered a delicacy around here. The kids make it with ketchup and lowfat cheese... disgusting. How they can call it pizza is beyond me...

Glitzy and glamorous? I'm not sure, but it does sound like a change of scenery, which may mean more distractions - maybe that makes the time pass more quickly?

Millie said...

My own international FET was skimpy on cycle details. There were few drugs and fewer cycle related things. I did have fun at least.

Lut C. said...

Why not? All the worrying in the world doesn't help.

My Reality said...

I think you said a lot in this post!

Bumble said...

Pizza ON Pita bread? With the dough and the pita? That sounds too good (or bad) to be true... But not with ketchup and lowfat cheese though... Hope the injections went smoothly.

aah0424 said...

I'm glad to hear the dog likes you again! I think sometimes they hold grudges.

serenity said...

mmmmmmm. Homemade pizza sounds fab. Can I come over the next time you have lunch with Grandma?

I wish I knew the artist of which you speal. Sorry. :)

Watson said...

We just like hearing from you, even if you *think* you don't have much to say...you're a great writer so it's always fun reading your posts

:-)

The Town Criers said...

I'm thinking glitzy and glamourous. But I think of you as a glamourcat all the time--feather boas, diamond necklaces, huge earrings. You know, standard Bea-wear.

The film festival is stressing me out :-) I'm so non-technologically advanced. I have an idea of what I want to do--I'm just waiting for the husband to sit down and make it actually happen since he is more computer-inclined.

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