They just called and said to continue doing what I'm doing, and they'll see me back on Monday morning. My estrogen levels are slightly rising, so hopefully after this weekend of shots I'll be ready to fertilize an egg!
So... a few more days of shots.
In church this past Sunday, our preacher started talking about taking each day, one day at a time. He used the passage:
"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own."
Matthew 6:34I need to write this down and look at it everyday! I am such a worrier! The preacher went on to talk about a man that had a severely disabled son. For 33 years this man and his wife bathed, dressed, fed, did everything for their son. This mans other child asked him, how in the world did you do this everyday for 33 years?! The man said, I didn't, I just did it one day at a time.
I feel like this a lot. It is so difficult to think - I am going to be dealing with infertility for so long, and I am going to be battling with PCOS for - forever! Instead, just to think I can do this TODAY, and that's what matters. Me dealing with taking these shots is a small scale - but still if I think, can I do this today? and the answer is yes. Then I have done well. If you try to look too far into the future and worrying about what that will bring, or what you will face, you are bound to get stressed out and hopeless.
So, starting today - I am going to concur this one day at a time!