Monday, May 16, 2011

Busy bee

So much has been going on recently. I had an audition to get into the music program at the university I am transferring to. I got in, by the way, which made me so ridiculously happy! I had a choir concert, which included two solos :) That was exhilarating! This was then followed by many rehearsals and my graduation from community college. I am now have a college degree! Woot! I can't do anything with it, yet, but it's something! I'm the first person in my family to even graduate from high school, so this is a major accomplishment!

As for the TTC side of my life, it's the same old song and dance. AF came and left. This month was probably one of my lightest cycles, but I am not complaining. It did have me very confused, though. So much so that I took another test out of pure madness. Of course, this was still a BFN. I go in for my mid-cycle scan on Thursday, and was told that our IUI will probably be on Friday. Like I said, nothing is really new. My life is lived in predictable two week chunks. Get AF, wait two weeks, have IUI, wait two weeks,test, rinse and repeat. It makes life somewhat monotonous, and not reassuring at all.

I don't know how many of you read Postsecret, but one secret in particular pissed me off.

I also managed to find this news article recently: Girl kept in crib box for a year

I will never understand why people like this are blessed with children. Stories like this make me want to smack people who tell me "It'll happen when God decides you're ready."


  1. Congratulations on your degree . I too just graduated my my A.A. Every digree is important and should be celebrated! I was the first to graduate with any kind of college degree in my family, so it was a big deal too! The picture pisses me off. I will never understand why people want to kill their children so they can do stupid things and I can not conceive one, and i'd be a great mom!

  2. Congratulations on your degree, and for getting into the music program! Wonderful news!

    Oh those stories above make me so very sad, and sick. Ugh...

  3. Congratulations! Where is it that you are transferring to? Voice major, or instrumental with singing in the choir on the side?

  4. Thanks ladies!

    I am transferring to Old Dominion University. My major is Music Education, and my focus is going to be voice. :)