blah, blah, blah

So as I wait, I run.

On Saturday I ran 10.1 miles. It was a great run on, part of which I’ve run before, part of which was new to me.

There is a half-marathon this Sunday, the 29th. The same day as PGBF’s shower. I think I am going to run it. I really want to, and I’ve already distanced myself from many of the preparations. I should be done with enough time, though I will be tired.

I’ve also been a busy little baker (have to get those calories back somehow). I made brownies with peppermint patties in them (yum!). I might make peanut butter brownies this week.

The OPK actually had a second line today, so that’s progress. My miracle cycle quest begins!

J and I have pretty much decided to do the study unless the doctor offers compelling evidence that we should just do IVF on our own. The IUIs are pretty much out of the question at this point (thank goodness).

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~ by Larisa on January 23, 2006.

7 Responses to “blah, blah, blah”

  1. I think that’s a good decision. Run your half-marathon, enjoy yourself.

  2. Have fun on race day!

    I haven’t ovulated yet — no miracles in the works for me, but I hope in the weird karmic cycle of the Universe, that this might mean increased odds of a miracle for you šŸ˜‰

    Eat lots of chocolatey baked goodness on my behalf would you? Those are no longer in my repertoire šŸ˜¦

  3. Enjoy the half-marathon.

    Sounds like you and J have made a good decision. Hope you can start soon.

    Peanut butter brownies…wish I had some…yummy.

  4. and as you run i’m doing a dance for you and your miracle cycle!

  5. 10.1 miles – wow, I am impressed! I’ve never run more than two miles in a row, and even that felt like it was going to kill me… šŸ™‚

    The brownies sound very yummy! Another variation I’ve seen is carmels in place of the peppermint patties.

    Good luck at the half-marathon!

  6. I ran that half marathon six years ago. I did it with a group of friends who were all trying to lose their post-first baby weight. I had just started dating my husband and certainly never thought I’d find myself in this position.

    The race was a lot of fun, mostly downhill–a great distraction before the shower. Good luck.

  7. I ran that half marathon six years ago. I did it with a group of friends who were all trying to lose their post-first baby weight. I had just started dating my husband and certainly never thought I’d find myself in this position.

    The race was a lot of fun, mostly downhill–a great distraction before the shower. Good luck.

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