Tag: negative pregnancy test

Officially Out: The Tale of the Thirstiest Thursday

March 8th, 2012.  CD29, 15DPIUI.

Well, as expected, the beta results came back negative.  Not like that was a shock… My temps took a dump this morning, alerting me to what I already suspected.

Well played, uterus.  Well played…

Oh well… What’s one more month in the grand scheme of things?

Today will be filled with lots of working, followed by an evening spent drinking a bottle of wine that’s been chilled in preparation for this very event.  Hopefully laying off the Prometrium will coax Aunt Flo out of hiding and we can jump start this next cycle.

Time to work on my Apocalypse Baby!!  Yeehaw!


Beta Blues

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012.  CD28, 14DPIUI.

This is the result of the home pregnancy stick I peed on this morning:


I mean, at least now I won’t be as crushed when I get the results of my beta back later today…

Le sigh.  Maybe next month…



Game Over.

Like the end of so many vampire novels, the result of today’s blood draw has left me with nothing but an empty feeling and dark circles under my eyes.

I wish I could at least get a sparkly boyfriend outta the deal.

Shit.  Or even a cookie.

Time to commence with the eating of the feelings.  I think I will start with the cookies and sadness…

*Le Sigh*

…Maybe October will be my month.

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