And still not a sausage. I would like to thank Delenn for her comment, though. Everyone says that they had no symptoms early on… except cramping and nausea and food aversions and dizziness and tingly nip*ples. But other than that, nothing… 🙂 I went onto Delenn’s blog, and well, she had no symptoms. So thank you, you have given me renewed hope. I also recall that besides the very very sore breasts (which I had right through the IVF last time), I had no other symptoms until just around my beta. The rest came after that.
Other wise I am hanging in there. Today feels harder somehow. I have managed to stay very upbeat and positive throughout, but today is somewhat of a struggle for some reason. I really have believed that this has worked despite my lack of any proof whatsoever. As beta draws nearer, though, it is increasingly difficult to think that way. I keep thinking, “don’t worry about how it is going to come about, just believe”. I have been appealing to God and The Universe to give me a sign, just a small sign to rest my mind. But that would not be faith, would it? Faith is believing in spite of the overwhelming odds, and lack of evidence to suggest otherwise. And so in faith I wait for my miracle to reveal itself.
For those who asked, beta is on Monday morning.