Saturday, February 13, 2010

Doctor email and the Olympics

I heard back from the dr. Here's what he had to say:

"Sorry about the mix up
I did call the numbers I had and one did not no answer.
I am rechecking he numbers and will call you
Wee will chat at some point this weekend that works!
I appreciate the email."

Ok, there was a mix up I can understand that. However, I'm wondering if he really tried both numbers or if he's just covering his All American Ass. The clinical manager had already told me he wasn't feeling well and went home early that day. He could have taken my file with him but I was right there with both phones and I'm dorky enough to call each phone from the other phone to be sure the ringer was on and I can hear it well before the time of the appt. Neither phone made a peep and his number did not show up on either one's caller id. The office could have written a number down wrong or he could have dialed one wrong, but both?

If I move forward these people will be handling my embryo. What if there's a "mix up" with that or they (he) lies about something more important. It's all very disconcerting.

I do not like being a person who would think the worst about someone. Anyone have any thoughts? Mix up or liar, liar All American pants on fire?

Not to mention "at some point" "that works". WTF???? WHEN???? At some point WHEN??? WHEN "works"????

Not to mention I'm STILL going crazy with waiting for info.

In hair news, I got mine cut and colored today. Ahhh, there is nothing quite like the feeling of walking out of the salon with what you know to be a kickass color and cut. It's probably when I feel the best about my looks. I tried to take a pic but I'd already ruined the style by working out and I couldn't get a good angle.

The Olympics began in Vancouver last night. What a thrill! The pageantry, the patriotism, the interest stories, that Olympic theme they play on NBC with the kettle drums, the competition. I love it all! I think it's the closest we ever come to world peace. I watched the opening ceremonies and I was impressed with all the technology. When those "whales" swam across the floor! I also loved those crazy fiddlers who looked like they were part Braveheart warrior, part Harley Davidson gang members and part cloggers. k d lang was awesome singing Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah. I love getting to know the host country and all the athletes. I'm considering myself Canadian American for the next few weeks!

1 comment:

  1. Regarding the dr/clinic - on one hand I'm thinking it could really be a result of the him not feeling well.
    On the other hand - if you don't feel comfortable with this clinic, if you are now going to be worried about all the around instead of putting all your energy and concern into what's really important, then I think you should definitely change a clinic. [This is obviously being said without taking into account if they are good or not at fertility treatments..]

    As for the Olympics - very exciting! I love watching Olympics (though I don't think I'll be watching any this time..)