Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Cranky

I'm at work today, and god forbid anyone dares to cross me. I'm SUPER cranky. We moved from one floor to another at work, and I went from having an office (with a DOOR) to a cube. Now, the cube is very nice and spacious and I have a window and anything... but NO DOOR. And the people who are sitting around me are very very very annoying. I guess I'll have to learn to tune them out. One sounds like a crow when she talks. AUGH!

Tomorrow I go in for my ultrasound to see if everything is cleared up. I think it should be - I finally stopped bleeding last night with a bit of spotting today. I really do NOT want to have to have surgery - so keep your fingers crossed on that front. I'll be seeing my nurse after the u/s - so I'll ask her questions on the plan for the next cycle. I do know I have to have it before March 31st (for insurance), but I don't think that will be an issue. I am planning on taking the whole day tomorrow as a sick day - so that will be nice in a not so nice way....

Alright - I need to go to the store and pick up a few random things for Aaron for Christmas. We aren't doing anything major - but I have some funny joke things that I'd like to get.

5 comments:

Samantha said...

I hate being in a cube too. And I've never even had an office to compare it to, but a door, on occasion, would be SO nice!

I hope all goes well tomorrow.

Meghan said...

I went from having my own office to sharing one (some promotion huh) and I hate it. I don't think I would get any work done in a cube

Good luck with the u/s tomorrow, I'll be thinking of you

Morrisa said...

I would be really pissed if they took me out of my office and put me in a cubicle. I love shutting my door! Good luck on your u/s tomorrow and enjoy your day off!

maryellenandsteve said...

I would hate being in a cubicle. Good luck at your ultrasound tomorrow!

Deborah said...

Makes it kind of hard to call the doctor. I'm in a cube, and I feel like I'm always rushing to the conference room to call the RE (or outdoors, in the cold!).