A watched pot never boils.
A watched phone never rings.
I almost had a heart attack today when I didn’t get a phone call about my 3rd beta when I usually do. Thank goodness I was done with work for the day at 1230, because by then I was already practically staring blankly at the computer, glancing at my phone every 5 seconds (with a ringer on HIGH, by the way, so it isn’t like I’d gone deaf).
I left work and drove home, but left the radio off and my phone directly in my lap. You know, in case I’d gone deaf.
By the time I got home at 1:00 there was still no call. I started to panic a little, but thought surely no news is good news? If something had gone wrong, SURELY she would have called.
I dozed on my couch for 40 minutes. With my phone right by my ear. (again, deafness)
At 1:40 I called them. The nursing staff usually leaves at noon and so I was starting to wonder, and knew there was NO WAY I was waiting till Monday to find out what my number was. The lady at the desk said my nurse happened to be the one on call and she would call me back.
I played words with friends.
I took my dog to his vet appointment.
I stared at my phone A LOT.
I WILLED it to ring.
I drove myself and my dog home.
And then it finally rang.
They had been slammed all day.
Third and final beta came in at 8,273
I think the clinic is taking bets on twins. And we will find out Thursday!