A positive send off

There’s 2 days til our embryo transfer. We fly out to our clinic in just a few hours.

I was packing my suitcase this morning. I’m always a last minute packer. My beautiful rainbow (baby!) socks from MLACs are on top of my clothes. Can’t wait to put them on for transfer! XOXOXO


I just took my Doxycyline and it’s not sitting well in my tummy. Me + antibiotics = love/hate relationship. I often get an upset stomach from them. I only have 3 doses left before I’m done. This is the first dose that has made me sick, so I shouldn’t complain.

I decided to make a cup of peppermint tea and sit down to do a card reading. I chose my Guardian Angel Tarot cards.


This is the spread I unveiled:

1. Nine of Emotion: This is a magical time in your life when wishes are granted and dreams come true. It may seem that good luck is following you, but actually these happy times are your reward for being a loving and wonderful person. Your angels are asking you to enjoy your life and have more fun!

2. Five of Action: Your angels want you to know that your current challenges pushes you to be assertive and self-confident. Be willing to stand up for yourself and defend your position! You have the right to excuse yourself from those who bring drama into your life. (Boy, isn’t this true!)

3. Three of Emotion: Wonderful news is on its way! Announcements regarding engagements, pregnancies, births or graduations will be revealed. New friends will be made, or communities of like-minded people will draw closer to one another. Exciting new beginnings or happy endings are just around the corner.


If that isn’t a good sign, I don’t know what is!!! ❀ πŸ™‚

48 thoughts on “A positive send off

    • Me too! Yes the socks were a gift for last transfer but the stars didn’t align then and they arrived after we left for the clinic. We both felt that timing was very interesting now that we are preparing for rainbow babies! Very fitting now.


  1. Love the socks! I was just telling my husband this morning as I was getting dressed for my transfer, you never give as much thought to what socks you’re going to wear as when you’re having a procedure where your feet are in the air in front of a team of medical professionals. I have a pup that likes to steal my socks and nibble little holes in them. I spent like 10 minute digging through my sock drawer trying to find cute socks with no holes. I settled for a cute pair of argyle socks thay had only 1 little nibble in them. Then I was so relieved to see shoe covers in my stack of medical garments so they wouldn’t see the hole. Hehe, time to buy new socks! πŸ˜‰

    Good luck on your transfer!!!


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