Ever since I wrote about finding a big cyst on my ovary, you have been incredibly supportive. Women, thanks for all of the helpful information. And guys, thanks for your manly, good vibes!
Exactly one month after that first ultrasound, another was scheduled for last Friday. Every day for the past month, I’ve been visualizing this cyst disappearing. I really believed it. But as much as I can put on a good stoic front, I was scared.
“I’m a little nervous,” I told Chris.
That’s when he offered to drive me — and my full bladder — to the clinic, where the waiting room was packed.
How romantic! Especially after you’ve just downed the mandatory six full glasses of water half an hour before your appointment. If you’ve ever had to sit with a very full bladder and wait, you know how uncomfortable I was.
Finally, they called my name to sign the insurance paperwork. I waddled to the window.
The guy behind the desk handed me the forms, and said: “You drank all of your water, yes?”
“Oh, yeah,” I moaned.
Then he looked at me again, rather oddly. “If you need to, you can release a little.”
Him, loudly: “Yes, you can release a little in the bathroom down the hall.”
Me: “Do you mean that I can—?”
Him: “Yes, but just not all of it. Release a little so you’re not so uncomfortable.”
I zoomed down that hall, without saying a word to Chris.
When I got back to the waiting room, I had a little spring to my step. Chris put his arm around me: “Did you release, love?”
If you thought that was tender, listen to what he said next: “I’ll come into the room with you, if you want.”
The technician — in her thick Russian accent — ordered me to lie down. That’s when Chris sat down in the chair next to me and held my hand.
The first thing the technician said was: “You did a very good job drinking all that water.”
Tell me about it.
And then she added: “I can see perfectly.”
“What can you see?”
The cyst on the right ovary was gone! Poof! Vanished.
Thank you to Kim Kelly of My Crew Magazine for inspiring the title to this blog post in her first-ever comment on my blog. After this weekend’s drama, she encouraged me to “keep doing what you are doing in a positive light.”
“If you and anyone of us believes in the higher cause, the movement of single parenthood, it is our children first. This type of banter back and forth is not a good example to our children… Believe in you. Period. The rest will come.”
Now, let’s hear how you believe in YOU.
For example, “T” believes in love — and meeting a man who feels the same way.
PT Law Mom believes in hurtling forward –– and just going for it!
Kristin from Better Now believes in running until she “can’t do it anymore.”
I’d love to hear one belief you’re holding onto right now, no matter how small or big.
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