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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Last night in Thailand tonight!

And I have to say that I am looking forward to going home. Generally at this point on a trip I am devastated to be going home but I am really looking forward to going home this time. I have missed Journey Dog immensly and can't wait to hug on his wooliness but I am also hoping for that positive result. AF has stayed away and the cramps have eased off in the last day though there was an interesting incident to report last night.
I woke up at 3am cos I was hot (and JourneyMan was jumping about in his sleep) and I had trouble getting back to sleep so I read for a while. I turned over in bed and got a really bad dizzy spin (only comparable to in the past drinking too much though this was a lot faster than that) - I felt awful. I grabbed on to JourneyMan - whose response was 'you're not going to fall anywhere' - yes, very helpful, sweetie! He went back to sleep and I read for about another hour and during that time I had around another 4 spells. I think it is good news and further good news - AF still away - yeah!!
So tomorrow we will check out by 12pm but hang around the resort (no doubt by the pool) until 5:30pm when we take the 3 hour car drive (we have a driver!) back to Bangkok. Our flight leaves at 12:15am in the morning and we get back to Melbourne at 1:30pm on Christmas Eve. My sister is picking us up at the airport in Melbourne and taking us straight to see my Mum, Dad and JourneyDog!
Good news, I have pretty much finished the Christmas shopping, just have to pick up a couple of things at the airport duty free and I am home and hosed, whoo hoo!!
The countdown is on people - the test is on the 26th December (or Boxing Day as we say in Australia) - only 4 more sleeps!!


  1. Ooooh I can't wait for you to test! Sending lots of positive thoughts your way. The dizzyness sounds like a great symptom to me!

    Have a wonderful last day and a nice, uneventful trip home :)

  2. Ooo, I can't wait to hear the results. These sound like pg symptoms and I hope they are! Enjoy your last night in Thailand and Christmas at home!

  3. Dear journey girl, I am really hoping for a boxing day bfp for you! The dizziness sounds promising!!! Have a safe trip home! Sounds like you are going to have a great homecoming planned. Fx big time!!!

  4. Aaaaaahhh! That is so awesome! The dizzy spell is an excellent sign! That was my very first pregnancy symptom, I kid you not! I was at a friend's desk and turned to leave and almost fell over. I went home from work that day because I was so dizzy I couldn't stand to look at my monitor and almost fell over 3-4 times. :D

    That is awesome, awesome news!

    Stick in there little baby! I promise you have a long, wonderful life full of love waiting for you. It IS worth it!

    Safe travels home! *HUGE HUGS!!!!*

  5. Oh my God, I am so excited. I can't wait until Boxing Day...
    Have a safe trip home. It is stinking hot here today but when you arrive home it should be a bit cooler.

  6. OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!!!!

    A telecommunications provide/moving house fiasco has forced me offline - I have had Journey Adventure finding a aluminum foil and a rubber band I have fashioned my own www connection to find WOW my lil' buddy is still going strong!!! Woo hoo!!!!!

    I am so excited!


    LS x

    PS: Can you please collect Teddy & BBD from the lost lugguage section on your way through!?

  7. OMG!!!

    Oooohh, I cannot wait until Boxing Day. Eeek, I will be jetting my way to NZ. Hopefully the airport will provide me with some internet joy. Unlike Lifeslurper, I am not nearly clever enough to make my own connection with rubber bands and foil LOL.

    Good luck good luck good luck, all sounding very positive!