from The Sound of Music
Let's start at the very beginning/ A very good place to start/ When you read, you begin with "A, B, C"/ When you sing, you begin with "Do, Re, Mi"/ The first three notes just happen to be "Do, Re, Mi"/ Do re mi fa sol la ti - /
Wait. I'll make it easier.
Large box of latex gloves...check
oral medication syringe...check
Instead soft cup...check
And, of course, the sterilized jar of microscopic tadpoles...check
And, for the protection of LB, a large towel and a supply of plastic zip-top bags for disposal of gloves, etc. We don't want any of this to come in contact with her, no way.
a DVD, all set up and ready to play
a firm pillow under the towel, for maximum prop-up-age
I meant to get a picture of the whole set up last night, but got distracted beforehand, and then it was too late (once everything's present and ready to go, we get started right away). Next time, then.
This weekend LB's family brought over a piano, so now I'm able to get up in the morning and sing and play a little before work. I'd forgotten how relaxing it is to really be able to sing - not just the singing I do at work all day with kids, but paying attention to my tone, and breathing, and really enjoying how I sound. It's also been pleasantly surprising how much my piano playing has improved since college - apparently all that random practicing of whatever happens by has done some good!
Still no ovulation yet (if it's actually coming, which is a long shot), but BBT is staying low and pretty much around my usual pre-O temps, which I figure has to be a good sign. And I'm trying to move beyond the stress of work today (shouldn't it be illegal to stress someone out when they're TTC? I think so), so LB and I are watching a movie and spending quality time at home. I challenged LB to describe me in one word, and got "sweet," (aww!) "loving" (of course!) and "headstrong" :-P My words for her? "smart," "brave," and "gentle." And so she is.