It looks like the potential conflict between the funeral and the IUI has been avoided. My grandpa’s funeral will be Friday morning. My next monitoring appointment is tomorrow morning, so even if Dr. Owlish instructs me to trigger tomorrow evening, Saturday would be the soonest we would do the IUI. I guess it’s still possible that I would have a monitoring appointment on Friday morning, but I’m not going to worry about that yet. I’m grateful for how it all seems to be working out so far.
Right now, life is in upheaval as we rearrange things in order to attend the funeral. A few weeks ago, I had agreed to watch my nephews and niece for the day tomorrow while my sister-in-law travels and brother-in-law works. So today is my last day of work for the week, which means I’m trying to cram three days’ worth of tasks into one. We’ll try to meet my family for dinner tonight, and then we’ll pack. Tomorrow will consist of a lot of juggling, in order to get Aaron’s sister to the airport, me to my appointment, our nephews to and from kindergarten and preschool, and ourselves on the road to Michigan as soon as we can after handing the kids back over to my brother-in-law. It’s quite hectic, but I’m trying to remember that Christ is in loving control of all these things.
Please continue to pray for safe travel and for the IUI scheduling and all these other tasks not to interfere with the time to be with family and remember my grandfather.