I feel like last Sunday night we were thrown into a tornado, and it spit us out and here we are, on a Monday.
My sister-in-law and niece are doing as well as can be expected. Insurance wouldn’t pay for her to go to a rehab facility so she moved in with her and my husband’s father and step-mother and they are helping take care of her with the assistance of an in-home nurse that comes three times a week *major eye roll*…She has no use of her hands from the surgeries they did to repaid the damage so think of all the things you do with your hands that now has to be done by someone else until further notice. She is handling it well and thankfully she has my husband’s sense of humor that helps get them through the tough times. The family had me setup a GoFundMe page because her insurance deductibles for the house and her medical bills will be a lot, plus the amount of things that need replaced (furniture, appliances, etc) that was damaged in the attack will be quite expensive. I got to see the house and let me just tell you, they are lucky they made it out alive. It shook me to my core to see the horrific scene and think that my 10 year old niece witnessed that first hand. But, we as a family are trying to remain positive, thankful that they survived, and move forward. When he took his life he took the anger with him.
On another, must more positive note, the nurse called Friday and we have a new donor. She has donated three times before. The first two resulted in live births, and she put up the same great numbers on her third round but they found a sperm issue so the eggs had to be discarded after fertilization.
So, we aren’t as delayed as expected due to her not needing a lot of the screenings new donors need to it has been a blessing in disguise. I can’t imagine trying to worry about retrieval and transfer last week and this week with everything we’ve had going on. Now, just shortly after I get to celebrate my 30th birthday, we will be doing a transfer. *YAY*
Thank you all for your support and love last week. It was such a horrific week from hell but we are thankful God pulled us through. #MicroblogMondays