Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Like the Desert

I don't know how to tell you this.

Turns out I am not tired and stuck.

I misled you about my fertility type.

I know. I know. How can you ever trust me again? How can I trust me again?

If it makes it any better, I didn't want to be dry and stuck. I wanted to be tired and stuck. That's how I feel about this whole thing, there is no "dry" about it. Also, dry and stuck just sounds like a Pinto in a dune.

Dry is the "skinny girl" fertility type. That is soooo not me.

The more I read though, the more I couldn't deny it: I'm dry. Always hot? Yep. Not fond of protein? Yep. Feeling "dry"? Damn it, yes.

So, I am dry and stuck. It changes the supplements I will be taking, and the tea I will be drinking, but little else. The diets are still similar, and the exercise is the same. Oh, and it means I can't even have "moderate" wine. You know, because it's drying.

I just hope you don't mind reading my "dry" posts.

I promise I will remain stuck...


  1. I've always found that tired and stuck thing to be kind of amusing--I mean, what IF woman DOESN'T feel tired and stuck??

    Dry is okay though ;)

  2. Personally, I am hoping you get unstuck, so I won't hold you to your promise.

    I think this calls for, um, yogurt? What's undrying?

  3. A Pinto in a dune! Love it. I had a feeling you were "dry" when you told me you are hot all the time. I'm freezing all the time. One of my friends who gets acupuncture told me her acupuncturist said most women are "dry." Here's to getting ... wet! :-)

  4. Yeah, the wet thing. I just can't stop blushing when I think about it...

  5. I was actually surprised "dry" wasn't in my top two. (I obviously missed the skinny part of the description). It came in a close third for me.