We are all packed up and we are officially out of our house as of yesterday. We have actually been staying at the base's temporary lodging facility (it's like a hotel) since last Wednesday, but we passed our inspection and handed over the keys yesterday. We have been keeping busy having lots of lunches and dinners with friends. I really can't believe we are leaving tomorrow. I can't believe I am saying this, given how I felt about this place when we first moved here, but I am just so sad to be leaving. I was in tears pretty much the entire church service on Sunday. We have met so many wonderful friends here, especially over this last year. I would list them all, but I only have a little bit of time on the computer. I think you all know who you are anyways. Saying good-bye is just so hard. I know it is only good-bye for now and we will see each other again soon. I love you all so much.
I must say moving makes the 2ww pass very quickly. I could probably take a HPT tomorrow and have it show up if it was positive. But on the wise advice of my husband, I have agreed to wait until we reach DC and test on Friday morning. My RE has arranged for me to take my official test at the Walter Reed IVF program (military's program) on Monday. I am going being letting everyone know the outcome, even close friends and family, here on the blog. I just think phone calls will be too difficult for me at first. I know that there may be people wondering what the right thing is to say. Just be positive, that's all I ask. I would be very hurt by "well we'll just have to wait and see" type responses. And most of all just pray for us.