Every night I get my coffee (decaf of course) ready for the next day so all I have to do in the morning is push the button and away we go. This morning in a complete fog I woke up and went out to the kitchen to start my coffee. So when Steve came in the bedroom and asked why I didn't make coffee I was confused...I pushed the button, I remember! Well, what I didn't remember is that last night I passed out on the couch in my Repronex haze and didn't get the coffee ready. Way to go Bridget. My forgetfulness didn't stop there... I also locked my keys in my office at work and forgot a huge stack of paperwork that I needed for an off-site meeting. The side-effects just keep getting better. It seems appropriate to use one of my dad's favorite sayings from my childhood- "you'd forget your head if it wasn't attached". Yes Dad, I believe I would right now.
Thank you for all of your positive comments yesterday- it was a bad day for me and your thoughts helped so much! I know that all of this torture (25 shots and 4 blood tests in 16 days and still more to come) will be worth it when we have our bundle of joy- but getting there has been one rocky road.