Nov 2, 2010

So annoyed!

  So...I called the embryo lady today to set up our 3 way phone conference with me, Jesse and this embryo specialist.  Imagine my complete frustration when I call and get this message, "I will be out of the office from October 29th- November 15th!"  WHAT?!  Over 2 weeks this woman will be "away!"  

Do you think it ever crossed her mind when she sent the email to me on MONDAY, OCT. 25th to MAYBE mention that little bit of information?!  The best part is she called me back, but I was in a meeting all day and said that she is pretty open the week she gets back.  The week she gets back are my conferences.  UGH!  

I called her back and asked if there was any way we could schedule something while she is "away" and that had I known she was going to be away for so long, I would've tried to set something up faster.  Jess is crazy busy the week of Halloween and I was too.  I didn't think I'd have this to deal with.

After I talked to her I called Jesse hoping to find a little comfort.  NO SUCH LUCK!  When I called him expecting him to tell me, "Oh that stinks!" or "I'm sorry."  All I got was, "It is was it is Shell!"  Thanks for your sympathy.  I'm not too happy right now and I feel completely BUMMED!


7 comments:

Jaclyn said...

That sucks. I hate waiting. It is the most annoying frustrating thing to have to wait! I feel your pain. It seems like the adoption process is full of "hurry up and wait". Hang in there!

Megan said...

How frustrating!! I'm so sorry! I hope she calls you back and is able to work something out with you guys!! (((HUGS)))

Britney said...

I don't know for sure, but I have a feeling we worked with the same embryo specialist. This is deja vu with a lot of what I went through. I know the frustration. In fact, because of that frustration, I switched to NEDC. If you want to chat offline, I'm at bacolton@hotmail.com

valerie said...

Very annoying indeed.....!

Christina said...

Aww! I'm sorry! Sending you a hug!!!

Craig R. Sweet, M.D. said...

Perhaps you should find a facility that will better meet your needs. They need to provide you the best of medical and emotional care. Good luck in all that you do. Craig R. Sweet, M.D.

Once Upon A Time said...

Oh no! That stinks!