Today is our 4th wedding anniversary. The hpt question, if you're wondering, was mooted when CD1 turned out to be Monday. (That makes my only 25-day cycle on tamoxifen.) I didn't move my consult from Friday (even though that will now be CD5 instead of CD3) because there is only so much I will rearrange my life due to when I get my period (this bar is obviously very low - right where it should be!).
Tonight, to celebrate, we're going to a nearby Afghan restaurant - we have a little tradition of trying a new cuisine each anniversary. I'm looking forward to it, though the special endo abdominal distress that always comes with a new cycle will make it less fun that it otherwise would be.
More exciting is that I finally tracked down the elusive listing agent for house #5, and (assuming there is a realtor in evidence when we arrive) we will see it before dinner. I have my camera with me even as we speak, so I promise there will be pictures!
On a more somber note, my stepmother's father is dying. Yesterday I learned that he had just had a heart attack and his kidneys were failing. He is 80 and has been unwell for several years, and I believe this means the end. He has lived a good long life, but unfortunately was always distant from his children, which hurt some of them a good deal; and I think that mar on their relationship is making this terribly hard for them. (I knew him reasonably well but wasn't close to him. I expect to travel up for the funeral, but I feel that this is a loss for people I care about, rather than a loss for me.)
Moreover, his youngest (who is 40) is to be married this weekend, and I hope the wedding doesn't have to be put off. I don't think he would want it to be either. Please say a prayer for the eternal repose of his soul, and for the comfort of his family.