Monday, October 22, 2012

100!

100 FOLLOWERS?!? Whaaaaaaaaaat? That's pretty cool. My blog is 100% self serving, but I am happy to have other people read it. Even if it helps just one single person just one time. I love going back and following myself through all of this. I really appreciate those who comment and follow. I love my followers. <3 p="p">


I've done this before, but OUT YOURSELF. Leave me a note. Tell me how you found me. Tell me what we have in common. Tell me what you liked to read about. And keep reading. Thanks. For realz.


6 comments:

  1. I like hearing about your journey. Being a mother is every (mostly) little girls dream. I always keep my fingers crossed for you! I can't wait for you to get the positive pregnancy test!

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  2. Hi Kathy, I've been following you for probably at least a year. I myself went through 3 cycles of IVF and was successful on the last round. I love following fellow women with IF and reading about each persons personal journey. Good luck to you my dear!

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  3. Hi Kathy,

    I found you on 3T a long while ago and have been following you since. We did five IUIs and now have our twins. I enjoy still being able to hear about your journey, though I'm not on 3T much anymore.

    Christine (CGoldman96)

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  4. Kathy - as a fellow cool kid from 3T we've spent enough time laughing and crying together that I love any and all updates you feel like bloggin' about. Some day real soon, my friend, I hope us both get to see the other side of infertility. <3

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  5. I am jb2rn on the bump :) "met" you on TTGP back in the day :) I enjoy reading your blog and hope to see you KTFU very soon

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  6. Well, as follower #100, I thought compelled to respond to this particular post ;). I was a regular on the bump's TTGP board a while ago. From other blogs of fellow bumpies and some lurking on TTTC I found your blog and have checked in on you occasionally.

    The big thing that drew me to your story was your cancer diagnosis. I had just scheduled an appointment to get and RE referral when I found out I was pregnant. Fast forward 10 months and I had an 8 week old and a cancer diagnosis myself. Turns out I had cancer while I was pregnant, even though I had my symptoms checked out and my PCP cleared me!


    I'm coming up on 10 months cancer free and hoping to start trying for #2 at the year mark. I'd be lying if I didn't admit I'm pretty anxious about what the future has in store and discovering if my fertility has been compromised.

    I wish you so much luck with this IVF! I've got my fingers crossed that this is it for you!

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