I have nothing particularly exciting to report today, but I am still rather excited to be blogging, because tonight is the FIRST BLOG POST WRITTEN FROM MY HOUSE!
Yes, we have moved into the 21st Century. We have internet. And cable :)
I thought about posting some progress pictures of the house, but I had second thoughts and decided to post pictures when the three main rooms are complete (dining room, kitchen, parlour). That way I can show the progress pictures NEXT TO the completion pictures and it's more impressive.
I was all set to get a vaccine for Rubella on Friday when I chickened out last minute. The first set-back came when I realized that the Rubella-alone vaccine is on national backorder, so I would need an MMR. I have heard not-so-great things about the MMR specifically. But seeing as my Clear Passage therapy is in June and I likely cannot conceive before then, I thought that taking the month of May off of trying to conceive would make sense. (They advise that you do not get pregnant the month of the Rubella vaccination.)
Then I spoke to Sew.
Word to the wise: don't ask Sew her opinion unless you REALLY want it ;)
I love her to death. She knocked some sense into me, and I am 99% sure now that I will not get the vaccine.
Aside from the research, there were actually other "incidental" reasons for me not wanting to take the vaccine and avoid this cycle. Reasons that I won't elaborate on now, but that recently came to my attention and made me think that perhaps I should be trying to conceive this cycle, despite the obvious ever-barren state of my womb.
So. While I am in the health field, I will not be in hospital settings anymore once June arrives, and the new NaPro Center opens its doors (private office building off-site from the hospital) - and the likelihood of my catching Rubella while pregnant (and, well, let's face it, the likelihood of my being PREGNANT) are so extremely low.
Another boring post from TCIE, but stay tuned because I have a good one brewing... maybe tomorrow...