This has been the.longest.weekend.EVER.
Despite my best efforts to distract myself, I have been antsy for at least the past 24 hours... and keep thinking of how many hours left I have 'til The Call...when the RE office will give me the news on whether my beta test is positive or negative for pregnancy.
Geez, I start to freak out just reading those words!
And of course, as luck would have it, the "re-engagement" kick-off of the PFH (see post here) starts tomorrow. Kick-off starts at 1 pm, and there are back-to-back meetings 'til 5:30. The call? I'm guessing it will come in around 2-3:30, which is when they typically make the calls out to patients for dosage instructions, etc.
Which means it will most likely fall smack-dab in the middle of our meetings.
Which means I'll have to step out to take the news.
Which also means that I'll have to re-join the meeting afterwards... no matter what the outcome.
I'm a little worried about that part of it... if it's bad news, how in the world will I keep it together? How will I endure more hours of meetings?
On the flip side, if it's positive--how will I contain myself for that long? Or pay attention to absolutely anything that goes on?
I wish I could call in sick for the afternoon, but with my boss out on vacation this week, there's no one else that could sit in on the meetings to represent my department. Just me.
One day. One more day of this torture, and then we'll know, either way.
No matter what, I promise to post the result.
For those of you who actually know the woman behind the realm of Blog.ger, I would ask that you not share the news with anyone--mutual friends, etc... We plan on staying quiet about it, even if it's positive, for at least the first 8-10 weeks. As my DH says, we want to make sure things "stick." (very eloquent, isn't he?) But I'm in complete agreement with him.
Any idea what I can do to stay focused tomorrow? Outside of legal stimulants (coffee, oh how I miss you!) or prescription drugs (Add.er.all, I hear you work wonders)? ;-)
Monday evening, you can't get here fast enough!