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Waiting....

Anyone who knows me knows I HATE waiting. I'm an "I want everything yesterday" kind of person. I know it. I'm comfortable with it. it's part of who I am.

Today I am having to wait. I'm waiting for the second hand gearbox I've ordered to arrive, with a hint of trepidation: what if it doesn't come and I've been conned out of £130?

I am also in my Two Week Wait now, and feeling bloated, nauseous, irritable etc. this could be because I am so stressed (and to be fair, probably is) or it could be "signs!" I'm thinking the former. I'm itching to do a test, but that would be pointless, and I'd just get my hopes up for 5 mins while the test took, and then be gutted when it comes up negative.

I really should hold off until my birthday, at the earliest, since that's when AF is due to pay a visit, and really REALLY should wait until the 31st which is my official testing day.

But I know what I'm like, and in a couple of days time - when I am at my earliest viable testing day with an early test - I'll be peeing on that stick and winding myself up.

Question: If I KNOW I'm like this... why do I let myself get carried away? Answers on a postcard please!

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