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Wishin & Hopin Monday August 3, 2009

Filed under: Daily Life — The Professor @ 3:30 pm

& Obsessin.  Yup, that’s me.  Summer school has ended and I’ve got a little time before the troops will be rallying for the Fall semester.  This is a good thing in a lot of ways (time for a trip to Atlanta and scrapping with T, getting back to yoga, reading something that is not a textbook), but it also means that my mind has less to play with.  This is never good and it is particularly not.good. right.now.  As I mentioned in the last post, we have officially boarded the baby train.  We’ve decided not to post a lot of the details of the process on this blog, but it’s been one hell of a ride already.  I’m sure I will learn a tremendous amount from all of this, but it’s clear that the first lesson is patience.  I don’t have a lot of it and apparently, TTC demands inhuman levels.  Trying to welcome this challenge as an opportunity for growth.  Yeah.

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2 Responses to “Wishin & Hopin”

  1. desaray Says:

    mightnt you consider starting an anonymous trying to conceive blog? isnt writing very helpful in terms of processing as well as documenting important periods of one’s life? wouldnt you want dozens, if not hundreds, of strangers to know about, support, and comfort you during this trying time? Oughtnt you lead the way for dozens, if not hundreds of lesbian couples, that will be coming after you? I mean, you know, just wondrin’ ; P

  2. knotsodifferent Says:

    Good luck surviving..from a fellow train passenger! (Who is so far hanging in…)


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