2014 Valentine’s Day.

We did not go out due to the snow storm but we celebrated in our cozy apartment. Flowers, chocolates, delivered pizza…haha! But today (the day after), we went to a lovely lunch at A Voce at Columbus Circle. This is one of our favorite restaurants. We had a phenomenal three-course meal and they never disappoint! Michelin staaaar!

Life is not as you planned…

Another consultation with the doctor last night. Natural conception is looking pretty slim…10%-12% to be specific. Not the news I wanted to hear, though my hubby says I should have expected this kind of number, knowing my medical history. Still, it is very disappointing to hear it out loud at a doctor’s office two weeks in a row.

I feel just strong enough to write this entry today. Not sure if this constitutes NY adventure; more like life’s detour adventure. To be continued…

Another big snow storm today. We’ve had snow almost every week. And since the temperature doesn’t rise above 30F, the snow hardly melts and turns into hard, solid ice. Then another fresh snow comes along, covering all the snow ice below. The forecast says the snow will turn into slushy ice this afternoon and turn once again into snow overnight. Tomorrow morning will be slippery. Maybe I’ll work from home again tomorrow.
Despite the snow, it is beautiful. You gotta embrace the beauty of the season.

Another big snow storm today. We’ve had snow almost every week. And since the temperature doesn’t rise above 30F, the snow hardly melts and turns into hard, solid ice. Then another fresh snow comes along, covering all the snow ice below. The forecast says the snow will turn into slushy ice this afternoon and turn once again into snow overnight. Tomorrow morning will be slippery. Maybe I’ll work from home again tomorrow.

Despite the snow, it is beautiful. You gotta embrace the beauty of the season.

More exams…

It’s been three full months since my surgery and I am doing much better (or was doing better…) Since last week, I am getting more evaluations and performing exams with not-so-good-results. I thought my condition will improve after the surgery. I am emotionally exhausted at this point. My husband says, at least we’re in the hands of good doctors in New York. I just hope this nightmare will end.