No, I did not POAS (pee on a stick), but this was the only image I could find with 6DP5DT. So yes, today is 6DP5DT and I am feeling a lot of mild cramping. It is akin to pre-period cramping.
Today, I took it a bit easy. I made my famous mouthwatering meatloaf, mashed potatoes, fresh whole string beans, and roadhouse yeast rolls. Everything turned out amazing ! I am now deciding if I want to cut the cheesecake that I made two days ago. I have not had the heart to cut it yet.
I am truly starting to go into freak out mode ! I am worrying about the cramping, although we all know that cramping is very normal during the implantation period and I have 2 more days of the implantation period. By Wednesday, HCG should begin to show up in my bloodstream. This suspense is nerve wrecking. I have tried to keep myself occupied by baking, cooking and writing, but my mind wanders with every twinge and cramp.
Tomorrow is my mom’s first chemo session. I am really nervous about her doing this course of chemo drugs, as it is reportedly extremely harsh and can damage the heart. Her oncologist opted to spread her treatments out over a longer period instead of over 6 weeks, as to lessen the damage and hopefully be less harsh on her body. She has already started her protocol requirements today. I am just praying that these meds kill every single cancer cell in her body and that this is the last time she will ever have to deal with the big c.