I know that I've posted about my new job, but I can't remember if I told you about my second new job. I'm working in the same school, only 10-3 I work as an interventionist and 3-6 I work in the after-school program. I've never had a full-time job in my life. (Up until December I was a full-time student). I am very appreciative of the money, but it's taking my body awhile to adjust to my new schedule. Luckily, I don't have to be at work until 10 so I'm not suffering from sleep deprivation, I'm just exhausted all the time. I was amazed at how the door to this second job opened. The woman who was in the position before me quit, and since it was a grant position they had to fill it immediately. I qualified and was available to work the hours they needed, so they asked me if I was interested. I said yes and they just gave me the job. (They didn't even interview me!) Talk about a door of opportunity.
On an infertility related note, I'm on a mini-break. I was supposed to start the prometr.ium today, and then on the first day of my cycle I was supposed to go in for blood work and ultrasound. As soon as we determined that everything was good to go, I was to take the Letr.ozole and start injections. However, the third week of March the Mr. and I are going to be gone on our anniversary trip. (Happy two years to us!) And I really don't want to spend my vacation worrying about shooting myself up. I asked if we could just skip the injectables and I could just take the Letr.ozole. But since I won't be here for monitoring, they said no. So, we're holding off on our next step until we get back from our trip. I'm happy to have a little mini-break, but I'm frustrated that it came in March. See, March is the last month I had to conceive to have a baby in 2012. I don't have to tell you all how badly I wanted a baby by Christmas.
Oh well, at least a lot of the pressure if off to conceive this month. And I'm determined to enjoy these fertility-treatment free weeks.