Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Intervention

I came home last night and opened up my charting spreadsheet to enter my P4 of 1.7 from Dr. C. Then I had some fun with my chart. I overlayed it for the first time with last month. They are weirdly similar. Then, for the heck of it, I entered dummy values to visualize what my completed chart at the end of this cycle would look like...

Hold on, I'm obsessing, big time... and I don't even know for sure that I ovulated.

My main reasoning to keep up the BBT last month was that I had never seen what my LP charts like. Well I don't have that excuse anymore.

And as I was charting my LP last cycle I found myself getting more excited and more drawn in by every little dip and rise. Getting excited about things that meant nothing. I had a really great looking chart. It meant absolutely nothing. I don't need to do that again.

I do need to get a good night's sleep. So last night, the thermometer went back in the case and was put away.

I either O'd or I didn't. We either got the sex right or we didn't. It's out of my hands. We didn't really expect anything to happen this cycle anyhow, so I refuse to drive myself silly to get a mostly meaningless number right now.

By the way, Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Did you know St. Patrick is the Patron Saint of Engineers? He is and I'm a big old St. Paddy Lovin Engineer!

3 comments:

Celia said...

I did not even understand half your post. Lallalalala too close to when Mr. tries to exlain circuit boards.


Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Michelle said...

When do you get the recheck blood test? I hope it shows you really did ovulate on your own. That would be great!
I wish I had the patience to chart.

Darya said...

I hope your blood test shows that you did ovulate! That's so cool about St. Pat! I never knew that. What kind of engineer are you? I have an EE degree.