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    Infinity I created a bucket list of sorts a few years back and found it was great to start putting down things that I wanted to do in the future. What I did also was add in all the things I had already achieved. It made me feel good about what I'd done with my life so far but showed me that there was still so much to embrace. Travel is a big eye opener and living in another country is the best medicine to forget the old, embrace the new and also appreciate all the little things. Why don't you start a bucket list on bh? 😄

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    Sorry ive been reading along today but been busy at work so will catchup tomorrow when im home.

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    Am loving the positivity in this thread even in the midst of some really challenging times. The bucket list idea is a good one - about fifteen years ago I asked the question "What would I do with my life if money was no option?" so besides the travel and have a nice house, I realised I wanted to change career, so I went back to Uni and did a four year full time degree at the age of 30. And I love it :-)

    It's good to get out of your rut and explore other ideas, keep them coming!

    @infinity888 & @Beckymae I'm so sorry this round didn't bring positive news for you both. It is heart-breaking to have to keep going and going. I hope the doctors have learnt something from this cycle and make some good changes that get you over the line next time.
    @JulieMalooley I am freaking out here over your bleeding, I don't know how you are keeping it together. I know many women bleed in pregnancy and it turns out OK, but holy hell what a freaking challenge that you didn't need. I'm praying buckets for you here that those embies are stuck like glue.

    @Corbes - that looks like a squinter to me! Great news and can't wait to see the next pic with that darkening line.
    @Green lady that's a good result, fingers crossed it all goes to plan from here.

    AFM I haven't weighed myself since I watched my weight just go up with very strict diet and exercise plan - and yep, weighed myself at the same time every single day. So because I feel so crappy I went and got my hair done today because it was long overdue for some foils and a trim. I have quite long hair and was growing out a bit of a fringe, but I was sick of it and talked to the hairdresser about how yucky I was feeling and could she cut in a very angled fringe so if I put my hair in a pony I had a little bit of fringe, but it was blended in with the sides. I even put my hand up and angled it across my face to show her... AND THEN SHE CUT A DEAD STRAIGHT FRINGE. It looks frucking horrible, I'm like a kick back from the eighties and I have this wedge of fringe and then long hair. I think my old hairdresser and I used to laugh about cuts like this and call them the "schoolteacher or religious nutter" haircut. I am so upset, I just wanted to feel a bit better about myself and now I don't want to be seen in public because I have a fringe from the eighties that is very hard to disguise. ****.

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    @Caesardust i would if i knew how to? Im technically challenged i dont even know how to check bub hub via computer only ph. I don't even do fb really. Yep i think i just found a bucket list item lol

    @Charlie74 travel is great. We cant move o/s but we could go for short trips.

    @Blossom74 i am a mummy. I had a son from a previous relationship when i was just 16 he is a great young man about to turn 21. I was even on the pill. Yes i know how frucking ironic. I met DH when my boy was 6. I was a single teenage mum til then and it was soooo hard. I studied and worked x2 jobs and therefore missed alot but we made it thru. Maybe thats why i can try to make peace with it after this cycle. So now we find ourselves here and this is why we are at plan b stage. Im not sure if I can ever feel complete with DH and no more kids but we will try.

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    @Summer sorry to hear about your hair luv. Especially when it was supposed to make things more bearable. Im very fussy with my hair and i hate it when its not right. I'm hoping a bucket list will help me cope. Usually im planning my next cycle but if there is no next one what do i fill my brain with? Who am i now etc etc. Study could be an option not sure what though

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    Hi ladies back now. @infinity888 your plans sound good and good to be on the same page with dh. Ironically ive also got an older child born when i was 20. Hes 20 next year and adopted to best friends of mine in nz and we have an amazing relationship ironic that we are going down the ivf treadmill as well.

    I did my oe when i was younger and met hubby in london and totally loved the experiences.

    Under the tuscan sun is one of my fav movies and my ultimate dream would be to spend 6 mth sabbatical in italy somewhere.

    We figured we will try 1-2 more stim cycles otherwise we are both keen to do ed cycle in capetown.
    @Caesardust all the best for epu tomorrow what time are you sched for?

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    We also made the decision to move here about 7 yrs ago from nz and that was a good decision we love melbourne its s great city to be in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    Hi ladies back now. @infinity888 your plans sound good and good to be on the same page with dh. Ironically ive also got an older child born when i was 20. Hes 20 next year and adopted to best friends of mine in nz and we have an amazing relationship ironic that we are going down the ivf treadmill as well.

    I did my oe when i was younger and met hubby in london and totally loved the experiences.

    Under the tuscan sun is one of my fav movies and my ultimate dream would be to spend 6 mth sabbatical in italy somewhere.

    We figured we will try 1-2 more stim cycles otherwise we are both keen to do ed cycle in capetown.
    @Caesardust all the best for epu tomorrow what time are you sched for?
    Hey midnite thanks for checking up on me. Gotta be at the hospital at 7:20 with epu at 8:20am. Dp has to be there too on standby for a biopsy in case there's not enough of his frozen sperm available. Yep another hurdle in our ttc journey.

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    All the best for EPU tomorrow @Caesardust

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    Ive got a fab hairdresser in preston cheap cut and colours and open from 11am to midnight. Even bubbly and tiny teddies if you see him at night. What more could a girl want??

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