I got this from Busted Kate’s blog 😀 You should definitely check out her blog, especially if you are dealing with infertility.
The Rules: Copy and paste this section on to your blog. Fill out the blanks before you insert your words into the story (no peeking ahead!). I’m going to put the story in white so you won’t be tempted (let me know if that works ok for cutting and pasting!). Show your words (with the story still in white) first, and then re-post with the story in black (so everyone can see your masterpiece!). Finally, include the Mad-Awesome Busted Libs Button!
Been a while since school? This might help:
Noun: Name of a person, place or thing. For example – books, tuna, Dennis, butterfly.
Adjective: Word that describes someone or something. For example – smart, interesting, cold, funny.
Verb: An action word. For examples – sleep, run, hop, skip.
Adverb Word that tells how something is done; it modifies a verb, and usually ends in -ly. For example – include quickly, softly, speedily, carefully.
1. An Emotion-nervous
2. An Emotion-happy
3. An Emotion-excited
4. Body Part-ear
5. Body Part-nose
12. Famous Celebrity-angelina jolie
14. Plural Noun-cars
Your First Visit to the Reproductive Endocrinologist
Your first visit to a Fertility Specialist, also known as a Reproductive Endocrinologist (RE), can be [nervous] (1: An emotion). But don’t worry! Your RE can be your first step in finding both the cause of and solution to your infertility. Infertility problems can make you feel [happy] (2: An emotion) or [excited] (3: An emotion), however a good RE will take time to address these feelings. The RE may then do an examination of your [ear] (4: Body part) visually or by using an ultrasound. The RE may also examine your partner’s [nose] (5: Body part) for any signs of abnormality. The doctor will ask you some pretty personal questions, like if your cervical mucus is [cold] (6: Adjective) and [yellow](7: Color), and if your menstruation looks [elegant] (8: Adjective). The doctor may suggest that you have intercourse [quickly] (9: Adverb) rather than [abruptly] (10: Adverb), and for you to [move] (11: Verb) after intercourse. And don’t feel bad if you have fertility challenges, even famous celebrities like [angelina jolie] (12: Famous Celebrity) have received infertility treatment. The most important is to keep a [pretty] (13: Adjective) attitude, and turn to your [cars] (14: Plural noun) for support. Good luck in your journey!