2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 8,800 views in… Continue reading

Heart -Shaped Uterus.

The time has come to talk of many things! I know, I know, I haven’t been blogging much lately. Let’s just say that I quit my job in October and have been busy… Continue reading


I haven’t posted for ages, but the title of this post probably explains a lot. This is going to be a quick one… The best part of being bipolar is how alert you… Continue reading

Fertility Clinic Makes Yet ANOTHER change!

Less than two weeks ago, I posted about the stresses I had to undergo regarding my husband’s MESA operation and urogenital screening appointments (if you missed it, I have posted a link to… Continue reading

1736 Days

1736 we have been trying for a child 1736 days of being kept in this cage 1736 days of torture 1736 days of tears and frustrations 1736 days of hoping and wishing 1736… Continue reading

Fibroids, Swimmers and One Major Decision!

So the hubster had his MESA (microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration) on Friday. It wasn’t as successful as we had hoped. Out of the three areas where sperm can be aspirated, two were inaccessible due to fibroids in… Continue reading

Domestic Chores

As a child, one of the things we can not wait to do is to “grow up.” I was always told that growing up meant more responsibilities, but I guess I was blind… Continue reading

The sound of smooth.

Unless you are as crazy into the sound of words like I am, you probably have never considered how words and their opposite meanings make them sound “good” or “bad”. Take for instance… Continue reading

Aussie Pride

Australians commemorate their national flag day annually on September 3. Although it is not a public holiday, the day celebrates the first occasion of when the National Flag was flown in 1901. I… Continue reading

Strapping on for a familiar ride…

I have started my DHEA and HGH treatments. The rollercoaster ride of injections and emotions starts all over again. I should be excited, but I’m not. I think I can align it to riding… Continue reading