Obviously my ovaries are still there

So don’t panic, non-connoisseurs of medical science. ;P I wrote the previous post the way I did because that was how I was feeling at the time. It was cathartic. I was entertaining all kinds of wild theories, like: “What if my ‘period’ in May was actually my disintegrated ovaries falling out?” But this is an emotional time for me. I’m going through all sorts of weird tests, trying to find out if I can do what I’ve hoped to do all my life. On top of that, I’m trying to find a new job, which is as self-defining as anything you can do in life. (And it’s not helpful to one’s self-esteem to sit around waiting and waiting for emails!) Money issues are also floating around in the back of my head, and I’m still worried about the old standbys: losing weight, and organizing myself to keep my household running smoothly.

As you can see, I have a lot going on! It’s only natural that I will feel emotional, and that I will think crazy things. I’m well aware of that. So don’t call Charter Ridge ;>