Has anyone else besides me and Sew noticed that whenever something really huge happens for one of us, something huge happens for the other?? I think we are long-lost sisters.
Anyway, tomorrow is a big day for me. In the evening, we are meeting with the woman who owns the property we are trying to purchase. On the property is an unfinished structure- a potentially BEAUTIFUL house- that my in-laws' were working on with said woman years ago. Then, she ran out of money, refused to sell it to my in-laws so they could finish it, and it has been sitting there rotting for years.
BUT, as my in-laws have so much $$ in the building, AND the economy is the way it is, AND she is now desperate to sell... the ducks are all in a row for us to be able to actually afford buying it (with a loan, of course).
The only problem is, this woman is known for being self-defeatist AND stubborn. So, she will not like our offer because we are going to offer her ONLY HER SHARE, and then explain that this way, SHE doesn't have to pay my in-laws back, rather, WE will.
But, it is the first step of the process. We are almost there, I can feel it!
Once it is an actual deal (I've had way too many bad things happen to me when I'm expecting good lately, so I haven't wanted to even talk or post about this) I will post pics of the structure and the property.
Since we are going to be making an offer on a new home tomorrow, I really need to KNOW if I will have a definite job or not. My supervisor really wants me to stay on- but he's not the problem. The problem is the owner. They fired an ultrasonographer back in March, and have been 1 short since then. BUT, the owner has seen that hey, we're doing the same work and I'm paying one less salary. Not so good for me. I plan to speak with my supervisor tomorrow and explain that in order to get the loan for the house, I will need to have an income, so I need to know one way or another.
Like I said, big day.
Your prayers are appreciated.
And just so that this post isn't a total loss (this is an infertility blog after all, so who really cares about my living arrangements and career??):
I am on CD 7 today and Halle-frickin'-llujia, I've had NO BROWN BLEEDING!! Period lasted 6 days. I am taking Biaxin this cycle for the first time (but trust me, I am NO NEWBIE to antibiotics, I've taken them every which way a person can possibly take antibiotics... except rectally... but my husband did!) I'm also taking Hydrocort again. The first time on Hydrocort I did not see any reprieve of the TEBB (tail-end brown bleeding), so who knows if it is the Biaxin alone doing the trick or the combination of Biaxin and Hydrocort. Only time will tell. I'm not getting my hopes up too high since in the past when I've had no TEBB for a random cycle, it has always come back.
I also have heard back from both Dr B (NaPro Ireland) and Dr D (NaPro California), and they are both interested in helping me out. Dr B has again suggested the DNA fragmentation study on DH, and ironically enough, we have had an appt set up with Dr Paduch at Cornell-Weill for a couple months now, and FJIEJ told me that he runs this very test! Sweet! That appt is on 8/26.
(I am still seeing Dr Check, too, but he has let me fall by the wayside, so to speak. Told me to take progesterone, which I had already from another Dr, and hasn't said boo to me since the appt. I am highly dissappointed, I feel like he spends so much time going over everyone else's case with a fine-tooth comb, but with me he throws some progesterone at me and calls it a day?? Really? Someone who has NEVER ONCE CONCEIVED in 4 years of TTC?? Whatever, that's exactly why I have 12 Drs and counting ;) )