Friday, June 26, 2009

Mother F!

Are you f'ing kidding me? I just lost my entire post. And it was brilliant! B.R.I.L.L.I.A.N.T. I tell you! I guess it gives me an opportunity to use my new favorite phrase - MOTHER F!!!!!
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Thank you, whoever posted our bad news on the LFCA. I've only ever been listed one other time - when I got my BFP - so thank you. I really appreciate all the support. You're the best!
Last night, my DH was gone overnight for a work trip for his new job. The boys were mostly good for me. It was a big accomplishment - my first time alone overnight with twins; but also my first night alone in this house E.V.E.R. We've been here 6 1/2 years! Yes, I did lock the door between the garage and house. And yes, I did hide the biggest knife in the house in my nightstand. But otherwise, all was well.
The boys both slept through the night, waking at 5:30am for a bottle - Will's 3rd night in a row sleeping through the night! Jack's umpteenth. Will went right back to sleep. Jack went back to bed, but let me eavesdrop on his coo's and ahh's for the next 90 minutes. How lucky am I?!
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My friend J was diagnosed with thyroid cancer last year on 6/16/08, and raised $3900 for the Race for the Cure on 6/20/09 which was one year and 4 days later for her. I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer just two days later. She is fully okay now. I need her to help me through this, and I need to remind myself of her story until mine is resolved.
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I really wish I could remember what else I had to tell you all, but it escapes me now. I guess I'll just give you a few new pics. I have SO much to live for!
Little Will - nap time




Big Jack aka The Dude

5 comments:

Sushilover said...

omg. I am just getting caught up on my posts now. I am so sorry to hear about your news. My prayers are with you and your family. I know you can beat this, you just have to. If you can beat infertility you can beat cancer right? I just can't believe it...I really thought it would come back negative. Big hugs.

Queenie. . . said...

I am sure this is really scary, but try to keep the good stat's in mind.

And the next time you are alone, grab a baseball bat or a golf club. Knives require you to get too close to the would-be assailant. Not that you need it or anything, but just saying!

JamieD said...

Your boys are precious! I can't believe how big they are getting.

I am glad you have a friend who knows just what you are going through. You couldn't ask for a better support system.

When I went to day shift and started spending the night alone while Hubby was at work, I asked if I could have a gun. Instead, he gave me a souviner KC Royals mini baseball bat (about 18 inches long). Not quite what I had in mind.

Cassandra said...

Here from LFCA...

I'm so sorry to hear about your diagnosis. Good luck at Monday's appt and throughout the process of beating this.

G$ said...

Look at how big they are getting!
Much love lady, you will beat this. Thinking of you :)
xo