I still have not gotten my period and I do not know why. I do not even feel like I will get it anymore but I am not pregnant.
This rarely happens to me period let alone on medicated cycles so of course I am very frustrated and saddened at the same time. Once you get to the place of accepting that you are going to get your period it is hard to wait for it any longer than you should have to. Doing so means you are pushing out the dates of your next ovulation and everything feels like it is on hold and going to take so much longer.
And hey, this getting pregnant thing has taken long enough.
Magically I am mostly out of the depressive feelings I had during the Two Week Wait which I am grateful for. I took the day off of working out yesterday to clean the bathrooms and organize some things which I am super happy I got done. I even clipped some coupons. I still don’t feel like doing my hair or makeup though but that’s ok. I am going to have a birthday dinner with a friend and then attend yoga and come back home. I am going to continue to focus on my body and positive energy. I am going to try not to be annoyed with my body but instead try to be open to the idea that whatever is happening is what is necessary so that I can get pregnant whenever that time comes.
Most of the time I am this calm and reasonable about trying to get pregnant. This is why I try to blog every day of the cycle so that they shifts in mood can be apparent. Because I’m not always an anxious wreck. Normally my period being late does also make me an emotionally snappy person and I did snap at my husband last night because of his horrendously annoying habit of having a tablet on when he is trying to go to sleep. The flashing lights of the scene changes aggravate me to no end. Last night I just couldn’t fall asleep and I jumped up and yelled “I don’t know how you can stand to sleep with that mess on!” before going to the guest room and passing out. Perhaps that is something we need to discuss more in depth in the future.
Anyway…no period but I am fine. Today.