I sure had myself major freak-out huh? Well that's grumpy, intense and tenacious up close and personal.
Successful remains to be seen. But I certainly was chic.
On the day that my Freak-out reached it's fevered pitch I wore: Black linen slacks(always a good choice), a pink button-down short-sleeved shirt and a lovely pair of pink, pointy toe pumps with an ankle strap.
For my Freak-out 'do I took inspiration from Pussycat Dolls Present: Girliciouse having caught about 5 minuets of it the night before.
Anyone who is even a casual watcher of the reality-show will note that after the makeovers the girls have one of two possible hairstyles.
'Do A: long and straight with heavy bangs. Bangs must cover the eyebrows but leave the false lashes (with the glitter base) viewable.
'Do B: The faux-hawk. Pull-hair back at the top (where bangs would go). Pin them so they have a bit of height. Sides of hair get brushed back. Back of hair is teased and left down.
It's like Robin Antin just flips a coin or something, "Heads=bangs for Chrystina. Tails=Fauxhawk for Charyle. Heads= bangs for Tiffanie".
I did 'do B but I put the rest of my hair a high pony tail. While sobbing uncontrollably it's good not have hair stuck to your face. Cuz hair pasted to the face is unprofessional.
I would like to take this opportunity to public thank Robin Antin for keeping Lil' Kim gainfully employed. I do find it strange that, compared to the 18-year olds you have just made-over, Lil' Kim is the most conservatively-dressed person at the Pussycat Lounge.
No work today. It's office moving day! So in the midst of my freak-out I was actually packing up my office. Such a multi-tasker. Monday I get to unpack then it's off to a field trip to P*er One Imp*rts to pick up a runner or two, a lamp, wall art. I need a few things to spuce up the trailer.
Now that I'm in the cycle I going to make the best of it. Once I commit I really commit. The clinic has called me no less than 3 times today. I appreciate the effort. I really do but I wish they had had that level of conscientiousness with out my freaking out. I'm not someone who relishes getting people in trouble or sticking it to people. I take no glee in the fact that they feel they have to treat me with special care. In fact, I am down right embarrassed. But I'm in it now and happy with my decision.
Have a massage scheduled for tomorrow morning.
Fat pants are clean and ironed. This is a bit overly optimistic. I did not get any bloating at all during my last IVF. But a girl can hope.
Monday is the first u/s and e2.