Sorry sorry, I know I haven't posted an update on my HSG adventure. I started to the other day but then hubs came home and wanted my attention. So here it is!
The HSG itself wasn't too awful. It basically felt like cramps, and kind of icky, and I almost passed out afterwards, but it wasn't the worst thing that I've ever been through. However, right before we left the house for the appointment, DH decided to tell me that his friend called that day to let him know his wife is pregnant. It started a huge fight that didn't really end until after the HSG. No fun. But it gave me the opportunity to show the hubs that brochure "What Infertility Feels Like" (thanks Katie). I always assumed he just automatically understood my crazy emotions, but I realized that's unfair. He liked the brochure and gets me more now. I think this journey, although it is really hard and sometimes pushes us apart, overall is bringing the hubs and I closer together.
I don't have the results of my test yet. The nurse told me I could try to ask afterwards but that they usually don't say and I'd probably have to wait to hear from my doctor. To be honest I was just trying to imagine I was somewhere else the whole time so I completely forgot to even ask. My doctor's office said they usually get results in 3 to 5 days and would call me when they have them. So hopefully it's more liek 3 days and I'll know very soon. Otherwise you better believe I'll be calling them!
I think I'll be Oing in the next few days so the marathon has begun. This will be the first "for real" 2WW I've had in a couple months and already I feel my hopes getting up... Yeah, and I call myself a pessimist. I'm so ashamed!! ;)
Oh! We used our fire pit for the first time on Saturday night! It's so pretty, but still not totally done. Some of the capstone bricks aren't sticking to the cinder block base, so we have to epoxy them on, then still have to do a little border of pavers around the outside of the base. I think this is what home ownership is all about though - dozens of little almost-complete projects...