Yes, yes it was. But in truth, the misspelling was driving me crazy and I had a free domain to use that I won during Namecheap’s Christmas trivia. I also feel like this name suits me better.
This was the first time I utilized 301 Redirects and it wasn’t as hard as I anticipated. Reading the tutorials really does make it seem more complicated than it actually is. I’m just glad I didn’t manage to botch anything during the process.
In addition to the new domain, I am also with a new host, which to be honest has been a little bumpy. Part of that however is because when you work in technical support, you tend to assume the person you’re dealing with is an idiot. Generally, that works, but when you’re working with someone who does have a technical background, all it serves to do it piss them off, which is exactly what happened.
I’m willing to give the company the benefit of the doubt and stick with them, especially given that moving hosts can be a stressful process and I’m just hoping that they’re able to resolve this one issue for me and then it will be smooth sailing from here. Fingers crossed.
This last Tuesday, I went in for my sonohysterogram1 Somehow the receptionist that scheduled my procedure, put me at the Phoenix office and then told me I’d be going to the Mesa office. As a result I had a different RE performing the procedure which was a bit awkward but I managed to make it through. The results came back as normal and there were no abnormal growths or indents found on my uterine lining, which is great news but still a little discouraging because they still can’t rule out that I’m the issue. In any event, we’re taking a pause for now because I’m in the middle of job hunt, which means my insurance may change, plus I’m a little annoyed with R right now and we’re presently walking on eggshells. I generally am not one to stay mad for very long, but I’m just frustrated with the entire situation and I’m not quite ready to let it go. We’ll see how I feel tomorrow.
This entire infertility journey is a big stress on our marriage. If you add in work and school and the countless procedures we’ve encountered AND have yet to encounter, well you can imagine how much of an emotional journey this is. I try my best to be understanding and logical, but I know that I won’t make it through this infertility journey alone. We have to work together and right now it feels like we’re both working separately, so until that’s resolved and we can come together as partners, I just think it’s best to put a halt on anything infertility related to avoid any further damage to our relationship.
Other than that, nothing else has been new. My class is drawing to a close2 and my sleep schedule is all sorts of screwed up. Despite my attempts to try and fix it, my body continues to hate me and refuses to make it easy.
Tomorrow, I go in for my 3rd and final root canal3 which I’m not really looking forward to, but as with all things we tend to hate, necessary evil, I just wish it didn’t evolve my teeth.