The 6 day blast thawed "beautifully" and we transfered at 10am this morning, after my 3ed bottle of water. I felt peaceful and calm knowing I had an agel (Mom) looking over my shoulder today. Been on the couch all day and feel a little mild cramping, but that is normal. I participated in a Resolve web seminar about embryo donation tonight, something I have very strong feelings about since our only success came with a donated embryo. The funeral went very well yesterday as we took my Mother home to be laid to rest beside her parents in Southern West Va. There was a funny part in the service when a spider landed on my sisters neck and crawled down her back. Everyone in the row behind us could see it and didn't know what to do as not to induce panic right in the middle of the service, it eventually hopped off.I did not know until after the service was over. I think it was my Mothers way of saying to her " I know you didn't come see me my last day or help your sister with the arrangements" LOL BETA is Oct23 so everyone keep us in your prayers.
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