Friday, August 29, 2008
And for something else that was funny (to me, I'm not sure it'll be as funny to you guys): When the NP came into the exam room to talk to me, she walks in and we both started squealing like those annoying girls I didn't like in high school. We were so excited! Russ just sat there looking at us like we were crazy.
I go back in three weeks for another ultrasound and if everything checks out good then I will be released to an obstetrician then. Normally, Ob's won't make you an appointment until you are around 8-10 weeks. I'm lucky in a way (not in a way because I'm infertile) because at 10 weeks, I will have had three ultrasounds already! Woooo Hooooo!
Yuck, another doctor search. I'll probably just have them refer me to someone and save myself the trouble.
Thursday, August 28, 2008
YAY FOR BAMBINO!!!
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Number of Medals Won:
- Gold - 36
- Silver - 38
- Bronze - 36
Grand Total Medal Count - 110 (the most of any country)
- Men's 400m Medley Qualification - Heat 4, Michael Phelps, 4:07.8
- Men's 400m Medley Final, Michael Phelps, 4:03.84
- Men's 100m Backstroke - Heat 4, Matt Grevers, 53.41
- Women's 400m Freestyle - Heat 5, Katie Hoff, 4:03.71
- Men's 4x100m Free Qualification - Heat 1, Nathan Adrian, Cullen Jones, Ben Wildman-Tobriner, Matt Grevers, 3:12.23
- Men's 4x100m Free Qualification, Nathan Adrian, Cullen Jones, Ben Wildman-Tobriner, Matt Grevers, 3:12.23
- Men's 4x100m Free Final, Michael Phelps, Garrett Weber-Gale, Cullen Jones, Jason Lezak, 3:08.24
- Men's 200m Butterfly Qualification, Michael Phelps, 1:53.70
- Men's double trap (150 targets) Qualification, Walton Eller, 145
- Men's Basketball
- Men's Volleyball
- Women's Basketball
- Track and Field, Men's 4X400 Meter Relay - LaShawn Merritt, David Neville, Angelo Taylor, Jeremy Wariner
- Track and Field, Women's 4X400 Meter Relay - Mary Wineberg, Monique Henderson, Allyson Felix, Sanya Richards
- Track and Field, Men's Decathlon, Bryan Clay
- Men's Beach Volleyball, Todd Rogers, Philip Dalhausser
- Track and Field, Men's 400 Meters, LaShawn Merritt
- Women's Soccer
- Women's Beach Volleyball, Kerri Walsh, Misty May-Treanor
- Track and Field, Women's 100-Meter Hurdles, Dawn Harper
- Gymnastics, Women's Balance Beam, Shawn Johnson
- Wrestling, Men's Freestyle Under 55 kg, Henry Cejudo
- Sailing, Radial - One-Person Dinghy, Anna Tunnicliffe
- Equestrian, Team Jumping, Mclain Ward, Laura Kraut, Will Simpson, Beezie Madden
- Track and Field, Men's 400-Meter Hurdles, Angelo Taylor
- Track and Field, Women's Discus Throw, Stephanie Brown Trafton
- Rowing, Women's Eight With Coxswain, Erin Cafaro, Lindsay Shoop, Anna Goodale, Elle Logan, Anne Cummins, Susan Francia, Caroline Lind, Caryn Davies, Mary Whipple
- Swimming, Men's 4x100-Meter Medley Relay, Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen, Michael Phelps, Jason Lezak
- Tennis, Women's Doubles, Serena Williams, Venus Williams
- Shooting, Men's Skeet (125 targets), Vincent Hancock
- Swimming, Men's 100-Meter Butterfly, Michael Phelps
- Gymnastics, Women's Individual All-Around, Nastia Liukin
- Swimming, Men's 200-Meter Individual Medley, Michael Phelps
- Swimming, Men's 200-Meter Backstroke, Ryan Lochte
- Swimming, Women's 200-Meter Breaststroke, Rebecca Soni
- Cycling, Women's Individual Time Trial, Kristin Armstrong
- Swimming, Men's 4x200-Meter Freestyle Relay, Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Ricky Berens, Peter Vanderkaay
- Swimming, Men's 200-Meter Butterfly, Michael Phelps
- Shooting, Men's Double Trap (150 targets), Walton Eller
- Swimming, Men's 100-Meter Backstroke, Aaron Peirsol
- Swimming, Women's 100-Meter Backstroke, Natalie Coughlin
- Swimming, Men's 200-Meter Freestyle, Michael Phelps
- Swimming, Men's 4x100-Meter Freestyle Relay, Michael Phelps, Garrett Weber-Gale, Cullen Jones, Jason Lezak
- Swimming, Men's 400-Meter Individual Medley, Michael Phelps
- Fencing, Women's Individual Sabre, Mariel Zagunis
- Men's Water Polo
- Women's Volleyball
- Cycling, Men's BMX, Mike Day
- Track and Field, Men's 110-Meter Hurdles, David Payne
- Track and Field, Men's 400 Meters, Jeremy Wariner
- Taekwondo, Men's Featherweight (58-68 kg), Mark Lopez
- Track and Field, Women's 200 Meters, Allyson Felix
- Women's Water Polo
- Track and Field, Women's 400-Meter Hurdles, Sheena Tosta
- Track and Field, Men's 200 Meters, Shawn Crawford
- Gymnastics, Men's Horizontal Bar, Jonathan Horton
- Gymnastics, Women's Balance Beam, Nastia Liukin
- Track and Field, Men's 400-Meter Hurdles, Kerron Clement
- Track and Field, Women's Pole Vault, Jennifer Stuczynski
- Gymnastics, Women's Uneven Parallel Bars, Nastia Liukin
- Gymnastics, Women's Floor Exercise, Shawn Johnson
- Fencing, Men's Team Sabre, James Williams, Keeth Smart, Jason Rogers, Tim Morehouse
- Sailing, Finn - Heavyweight Dinghy, Zach Railey
- Swimming, Women's 4x100-Meter Medley Relay, Natalie Coughlin, Rebecca Soni, Christine Magnuson, Dara Torres
- Swimming, Women's 50-Meter Freestyle, Dara Torres
- Track and Field, Women's Heptathlon, Hyleas Fountain
- Fencing, Women's Team Foil, Hanna Thompson, Erinn Smart, Emily Cross
- Rowing, Women's Single Sculls, Michelle Guerette
- Swimming, Women's 200-Meter Backstroke, Margaret Hoelzer
- Track and Field, Men's Shot Put, Christian Cantwell
- Shooting, Men's 50-Meter Free Rifle Prone (60 Shots), Matthew Emmons
- Gymnastics, Women's Individual All-Around, Shawn Johnson
- Swimming, Men's 200-Meter Backstroke, Aaron Peirsol
- Shooting, Women's Skeet (75 Targets), Kimberly Rhode
- Gymnastics, Women's Team, Shawn Johnson, Nastia Liukin, Chellsie Memmel, Samantha Peszek, Alicia Sacramone, Bridget Sloan
- Equestrian, Individual Eventing, Gina Miles
- Swimming, Women's 100-Meter Breaststroke, Rebecca Soni
- Swimming, Men's 100-Meter Backstroke, Matt Grevers
- Swimming, Women's 400-Meter Freestyle, Katie Hoff
- Swimming, Women's 100-Meter Butterfly, Christine Magnuson
- Swimming, Women's 4x100-Meter Freestyle Relay, Natalie Coughlin, Lacey Nymeyer, Kara Lynn Joyce, Dara Torres
- Fencing, Women's Individual Sabre, Sada Jacobson
- Boxing, Heavyweight (81-91 kg), Deontay Wilder
- Men's Baseball
- Taekwondo, Men's Welterweight (68-80 kg), Steven Lopez
- Cycling, Men's BMX, Donny Robinson
- Cycling, Women's BMX, Jill Kintner
- Equestrian, Individual Jumping, Beezie Madden
- Track and Field, Men's 110-Meter Hurdles, David Oliver
- Track and Field, Men's 400 Meters, David Neville
- Taekwondo, Women's Featherweight (49-57 kg), Diana Lopez
- Track and Field, Men's 200-Meters, Walter Dix
- Track and Field, Women's 400-Meters, Sanya Richards
- Track and Field, Men's 400-Meter Hurdles, Bershawn Jackson
- Gymnastics, Women's Floor Exercise, Nastia Liukin
- Rowing, Men's Eight With Coxswain, Beau Hoopman, Matt Schnobrich, Micah Boyd, Wyatt Allen, Daniel Walsh, Steven Coppola, Josh Inman, Bryan Volpenhein, Marcus Mc Elhenney
- Wrestling, Women's Freestyle 55-63 kg, Randi Miller
- Track and Field, Men's 100 Meters, Walter Dix
- Tennis, Men's Doubles, Mike Bryan, Bob Bryan
- Track and Field, Women's 10000 Meters, Shalane Flanagan
- Swimming, Women's 100-Meter Freestyle, Natalie Coughlin
- Swimming, Men's 200-Meter Individual Medley, Ryan Lochte
- Fencing, Women's Team Sabre, Becca Ward, Mariel Zagunis, Sada Jacobson
- Wrestling, Men's Greco-Roman 84-96 kg, Adam Wheeler
- Swimming, Women's 4x200-Meter Freestyle Relay, Allison Schmitt, Natalie Coughlin, Caroline Burckle, Katie Hoff
- Swimming, Men's 100-Meter Freestyle, Jason Lezak
- Judo, Middleweight (63-70 kg), Ronda Rousey
- Cycling, Men's Individual Time Trial, Levi Leipheimer
- Swimming, Women's 200-Meter Individual Medley, Natalie Coughlin
- Swimming, Women's 100-Meter Backstroke, Margaret Hoelzer
- Swimming, Men's 200-Meter Freestlye, Peter Vanderkaay
- Gymnastics, Men's Team, Alexander Artemev, Raj Bhavsar, Joey Hagerty, Jonathan Horton, Justin Spring, Kai Wen Tan
- Shooting, Women's Trap (75 Targets), Corey Cogdell
- Swimming, Women's 400-Meter Individual Medley, Katie Hoff
- Swimming, Men's 400-Meter Freestyle, Larsen Jensen
- Swimming, Men's 400-Meter Individual Medley, Ryan Lochte
- Fencing, Women's Individual Sabre, Becca Ward
- Shooting, Men's 10-Meter Air Pistol (60 Shots), Jason Turner
Until we meet again Olympics. See you in Vancouver, Canada in 18 months!
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Monday, August 25, 2008
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Friday, August 22, 2008
In my dream last night, I was at a church camp. My dad and I were both counselors and we were watching a couple of kids play tether ball. Do you remember tether ball? I was a tether ball queen in grade school! I loved it! If only the Olympics had a tether ball match....ANYWAY, so these kids were playing tether ball and they were kids I recognized from church. One kid can be mean at times and he was cheating in the tether ball game. He wasn't hitting the ball hard enough to even go into the other person's range. He was just making it stationary as much as he could so the other kid would get tired and quit and he would win by default. So, I put a stop to that because it wasn't nice! Then Dad started talking about the kids' t-shirts. The cheater kid had a t-shirt on that said "I let my sister hold my hoagie!" HA! It had a picture of a house that had a hoagie sandwich sticking out both ends. I don't know if my dream brain was in the gutter or if I have actually seen this shirt. I don't think I've ever seen that shirt, but I could have. Either that or my dream brain is creative! We decided they didn't need to be wearing shirts with slogans....which happens to be a rule at the place I work. We aren't allowed to wear anything with slogans or brand names written on it. Then my stinking alarm went off so I didn't get to see Dad and I get on to the little kids about their inappropriate clothing. Why do I have to dream in the morning? I never get to finish my dreams!
Keep Dreaming Blogger Buddies!
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Monday, August 18, 2008
Second, have you heard the new Toby Keith song "She Never Cried in Front of Me?" If you want the lyrics, click here. Well, I like this song. It's catchy. I like the tune and I think Toby Keith is a good singer, albeit a little raunchy at times. The first few times I heard this song, I felt really sorry for the guy. But, then, after thinking about it more, I thought that he was probably a typical man and just didn't notice his woman was crying. Now, Russy is really great about this. If I'm crying or sad, he usually says something like "what do you want and how many?" Basically, anything to make whatever it is that is getting me down better. Typically, though, guys are so involved in themselves (because they can't multitask maybe) that they don't notice what the women are going through. So, I'm thinking that this woman probably cried in front of him and he just didn't notice.
Third, I'm having a difficult time figuring out my due date. This is really irritating. I plugged my information into WebMD which promptly told me my due date should be 4/16/09. Then I went to 4woman.gov and plugged my information in there. They said that my due date should be 4/24/09. An 8 day difference? I'm going to assume it's going to be around 4/16/09 because that seems to be the trend with some other calculators. I'll just have to see what my doctor says.
I am super nervous about my ultrasound on Wednesday. I'm excited about seeing the little blob (I assume it's going to look like a blob at this point) but I'm also worried that WandBoy won't find anything. I haven't spotted since the day I thought the IUI didn't work. Now, looking back, I'm thinking that could have been implantation spotting. Who knows? My body is so out of whack that anything is possible. Anyway, I'm nervous and I still have two days to go until the appointment. Oh, the pain!!!
I found a Chinese Gender Predictor on the net the other day. I figured it would be fun so I plugged my info in and it said that I'm going to have a girl. I don't really believe in these things. It had a 50/50 shot! But, it sounds nice.
See ya Blogger Buddies!
Friday, August 15, 2008
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
1. "I'll be praying for you." This is the most comforting words you can give a person, at least one who believes in God.
2. "You're in my thoughts." Again, comforting, but also letting the infertile person know that you understand this isn't an easy thing to go through.
3. "Try not to lose hope." This let's the infertile person know that you are hoping for them and that they aren't alone in their hope.
4. "This, too, shall pass." I love this quote and I use it all the time. It reminds me that this world is fleeting and if this doesn't happen for me, it will be ok.
5. "God will make a way." I love to think like this. God is in control and His plan is better than mine!
What you could say to someone who is newly pregnant after a battle with infertility:
1. "Congratulations." This is the first thing that comes to my mind. There is no need to be pessimistic at the get-go.
2. "I'll be praying for you." If you feel pessimistic say this instead of "I hope you can carry it to term." It basically means the same thing with a lot more tact.
3. "I'm so happy that this is finally happening for you!" If you know how long the person has been struggling to get to this point, just be happy for them. They need your support.
4. "You must be completely thrilled." Something like this let's the person know that you understand the struggle they had and that you know how much they wanted this.
I hope this helps some of you. By the way, the same principle applies for people who talk to others with terminal illnesses such as HIV and cancer. Be careful with your words. You never know when they might hurt someone.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Well, I was on WebMD, one of my favorite sites, and was looking at an article about prenatal vitamins. It had a list of what you, as a pregnant person, should look for in a vitamin. The list goes as follows:
- 4,000 to 5,000 IU (international units) of Vitamin A
- 800 to 1,000 mcg (1 mg) of Folic Acid
- 400 IU of Vitamin D
- 200 to 300 mg of Calcium
- 70 mg of Vitamin C
- 1.5 mg of Thiamin
- 1.6 mg of Riboflavin
- 2.6 mg of Pyridoxine (I understand from researching on the internet this is the same as Vitamin B6, if I'm wrong on this, please tell me)
- 17 mg of Niacin
- 2.2 mcg of Vitamin B12
- 10 mg of Vitamin E
- 15 mg of Zinc
- 30 mg of Iron
I'm going to assume this list is accurate since it is from WebMD. Even if it isn't, I am still following the instructions given to me by my doctor...ok, Nurse Practitioner so I'm really not too worried about it, more curious. I hit a few roadblocks when I was trying to add up how much of each I was getting. I just went off of my vitamins and the Slim Fast that I drink, not my other dietary intake. Well, Slim Fast doesn't have the actual amounts of each vitamin on it's nutrition label. It only has the daily percentage of each vitamin/mineral based on a 2,000 calorie diet. I tried to search it on the net, but didn't get anywhere so I had to work with it. I made my personal calculations off of the values a normal woman should be getting based on a 2,000 calorie diet since that seems to be the norm.
All in all, I am getting more than enough of everything except for iron. Keep in mind, though, that this is only based upon my vitamin and Slim Fast consumption. I assume I make up the iron I need in everything else I eat.
Also, if you were wondering, I don't only drink the Slim Fast for breakfast and lunch anymore. I have started to supplement my diet with real food, too.
Stay Healthy Blogger Buddies!
Russ: "What do you want me to do about my car?" (it broke down on the way home from a preaching gig on Sunday)
Me: "Well, I don't know!"
Russ: "Fine! I'll see you later!"
Me: (I was in the car with my parents at the time) "I have no idea what he wants me to do about it? Produce another car? I can't. I'm busy producing a person!"
Monday, August 11, 2008
My first beta was on Friday and it was 44.
My second beta was this morning and it was 137.
First ultrasound will be next Wednesday.
Thanks for all the prayers and please keep them coming!!!
Sunday, August 10, 2008
What you should NEVER say to an infertile person:
1. "Just relax." This is the worst thing you could say to someone who is going through infertility. They know and their doctor's know that no amount of relaxing is going to change the fact that you have a hormone imbalance, you have no fallopian tubes, or you have fibroids in your uterus.
2. "Go on vacation." Seriously? Just because you happened to go on vacation during ovulation and you just happened to get pregnant doesn't mean that's going to happen to everyone else, too.
3. "Stop trying." HA! For people who are infertile and don't want to be, this is like telling a maggot not to eat the dead bird on the ground. It's useless. The dead bird is going to be ate by maggots and infertile people are going to keep on trying to have a biological baby.
4. "Just adopt." This is a bit of a pet peeve of mine because I am guilty of saying this to someone very close to me. If I could take those few seconds back, I would. Adoption is a wonderful oportunity. Don't get me wrong, I have always wanted to adopt. But it turns into something very bittersweet when it becomes the only way you will ever become a parent.
5. "Is it you or him?" This is completely insensitive. Why would someone ever think that this is an acceptable question? No matter who it is in the relationship, we are in this together and it really doesn't matter and it's none of your business!
6. "You should be happy you don't have children. You can still sleep late and don't have to listen to crying babies." For someone who wants to have to get up for 2:00 a.m. feedings, this is not something they want to hear. After having tried for years to get pregnant, we are ready to take this next step and we want to have the responsibility to take care of a child. Also, it's a little sad that you aren't enjoying your baby the way you should if you think in this manner.
7. "There are worse things that could happen...like cancer." Unless you have battled infertility AND cancer, then I don't want to hear this. How would you know whether cancer is worse or not? Both of these conditions are devestating for families. Yes, cancer can end in death. So what? That thought doesn't take the pain of infertility away.
8. "Maybe God doesn't want you to be parents." This is just cruel. Enough said.
Now, here is a list of things not to say to a newly pregnant infertile woman. If you know someone who is infertile and may become pregnant please, I beg you, please don't say these things. They are insensitive and some are even rude.
1. "I didn't even know you were trying." I'm sorry for not revealing the most intimate parts of my life to you. Next time, I'll send you a card to tell you and I'll go ahead and enclose a calendar of my cycle.
2. "Well, I hope you can carry it to term." I, for one, am a realist. I understand that things happen and may not work out. I don't need to hear it from someone else. This is not only insensitive, it is cruel. Please don't say this to ANYONE!
3. "I didn't think you were ever going to have a baby." Thanks for the vote of confidence. I am so glad I decided to tell you about my pregnancy. Are you the least bit excited for me?
4. "You wanted this." This is sometimes said after an infertile, pregnant woman says something about her cramps, hemorrhoids, or gestational diabetes. Yes, we want to be pregnant, but we really aren't looking forward to all the pain that comes with it.
5. "Just be thankful you got pregnant." Yes, we are thankful. But, no one in their right mind would be thankful for all the lovely side effects of carrying a child in their womb. I.E. pain, cramps, hemorrhoids, gestational diabets, etc. Also, especially don't say things like this if you asked how the said pregnant person was doing.
I hope this makes some people think about the things they say. It made me feel better anyway!
Stay Cool Blogger Buddies!
Friday, August 8, 2008
Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Monday, August 4, 2008
Tonight while walking:
Black, suped up car passes us.
Russ: Do you know what the sound was?"
Me: "Sure. It was NOS."
Russ: *incredulous look*
Me: "I'm the coolest wife ever for knowing that aren't I?"
Russ: "You are the coolest wife ever!"
For those of you that don't know what NOS is: NOS
Stay Cool Blogger Buddies!
Sunday: "Put God First" - Abraham,Geneiss 12:1-3; 18:1-19
Monday: "Take His Word to Heart" - Moses, Exodus 3:1-22; 4:1-17
Tuesday: "Save Your Friends" - Esther, Esther 4:10-17; 5:1-3
Wednesday: "Keep the Son in Your Eyes" - Peter, Matthew 14:25-33, Mark 6:45-51, John 6:15-21
Thursday: "Be Chosen Vessels" - Paul, Acts 9:13-18
Study God's Word Blogger Buddies!
Sunday, August 3, 2008
From the mouth of babes:
M: "I am going to go to the fair tomorrow night!"
T: "We don't go to the fair because of the freaks with weird hair."
Rejection at age two:
A: grabs T-Roy's hand to hold
T: looks at her like she is insane and pulls his hand away
A: grabs his hand again to hold
Miss Jody: "A, I don't think T wants to hold your hand...."
While teaching class about the Ethiopian Eunuch:
Miss Lisa: "Who is this man?" (pointing to a picture of a man in a chariot)
C: "The Philadelphian man!"
Miss Lisa: "T-Roy, what do you want to sing?"
T: "The Fishing Boat Song."
M: "When my dad and I go fishing, the fish never come!"
Saturday, August 2, 2008
On a completely different note, I had an interesting dream last night. My sis recently posted about a dream she had been having and asked for interpretations. I don't need interpretations. I know my dream just means that I am completely insane and not fit to be out in public. At the beginning of my dream I was in a wheelchair. Not because I had to be, just because I was. So I was wheeling along a red carpeted path that wasn't wide enough for the chair. At the edges of the paths were drop offs into water (I assume it was very bad water because I was scared the whole time). I kept losing my balance and my wheels kept sliding off, but I would always save myself just in time. I got to the end of the path and there was a large area with a door. I was there and these two Asian children came up to me. I had something that was extremely important and I didn't want whoever I was running from to get it. I gave it to an Asian boy about two years old. I wanted him and his sister to hide it for me. Then I was in a white house. I was with some other people (Russ wasn't in this dream, my sub-conscious apparently decided not to include him). We were hiding, waiting for the Orcs to come. We were going to fight them. I was behind a sofa and the others were behind other furniture and in closets. So, the Orcs came, but since we were in an American neighborhood, they had disguised themselves as Humans. They filed into the living room and we ambushed them. I had a round, hand blade and I cut one of them and ran out of the house. I ran through the backyard of the house next door and opened their gate. I saw an Orc chasing me. It was dressed as a curly, blonde headed woman. The gate I just went through was to a chainlink fence and it was a double gate with a rebar holding the left side in place. I grabbed the rebar and stabbed the Orc through with it. There wasn't any blood. My sub-conscious also decided to be PG for this dream. I ran back to the house and there wasn't anyone in there. I got into the closet, but the doors were too short to cover the whole opening. I covered up with some clothes to hide. Then I remember that we won the battle and we defeated the Orcs. So, insane? Yes. Too much Lord of the Rings? I don't think I've seen any of them completely through so probably not.
Friday, August 1, 2008
When I went to get my blood drawn, the normal phlebotomist wasn't there. She is out for five weeks. So, a girl calls me back and she puts the turniquet on my right arm. I told her that is the arm everyone uses. My left arm doesn't have a pokable vein. She pokes on my arm, trying to find a vein, for two minutes. She then decides to check my left arm. After deciding that I was truthful with her, she goes back to the left and says that my veins are really tiny and she has to go get someone else to do it. What!? Why are you a phlebotomist if you can't take my blood? The normal girl has never complained about my "tiny veins" and she had an intern that took my blood twice and had no problem. So the next lady comes in (I hadn't ever met her either) and she takes my blood. She poked the needle in soooooooooo slowly and then removed it at the same slooooooooow pace. I just wanted to say something like "In and out, not that difficult!" Then she proceeds to tell me that she doesn't usually take blood. She does IV's. She does them in the wrist and has hit bone before. WHAT!?!?!? Why would you tell me that when I am still holding a piece of cotton on my freshly poked arm? Seriously, talk about that on your own time, not when a patient is in the chair!
For a laugh:
Things medical personell should never say:
2. "I've hit bone before"
3. "I'm actually not qualified to do this procedure."
4. "You're trying to get pregnant? Are you on birth control?"
5. "Here, cover up with this see-through sheet."
6. "Today's my first day."
7. "Hmmmm. Never seen that before."
8. "That's some nose. I can fix that."
9. "Wow. You're a bleeder!"
10. "So, what are we doing today?"
Stay Fun Blogger Buddies!