Of course, not to sound like Eeyore, but I'll believe it when we're there and they are actually doing the procedure. I have to admit that it feels like we're carrying our own pharmacy out on the plane. We got a letter from the docs just in case TSA stops us and wants to know what the bazillion syringes are for. They look deadly, but the worst they could do is cause the pilot to ovulate and improve his or her uterine lining. While some might find that weird, it's not technically a "threat."
It looks like Thursday will be the retrieval date. We're looking decent with the number of eggs and I don't want to jinx anything by saying the exact number, but we are actually optimistic. If Thursday is retrieval and everything else goes well, transfer will be on Tuesday.
I've obviously had a hard time focusing on getting everything done here. But somehow, I'm actually Getting Things Done. I have to be honest, two weeks off in the middle of the semester is no professor's idea of a good time. Thank God(dess), I have tenure now. It makes this whole procedure a lot less stressful.
We'll have internet at the hotel, so I'll be sure and update when we can!!!