My coordinator at the RE gave me the "particulars" on our frozen blasts:
They froze the 6 we had "2, 2, 1, 1", meaning two were frozen in pairs and two more were frozen separately. I didn't ask how they decided to do that, or if the configuration had anything to do with the quality of the blasts in November. But, the bottom line is that they did a slow-thaw of 2 yesterday morning and then, when we got there yesterday afternoon, decided to thaw one more with the "quick-thaw" procedure for whatever reason. Maybe one of the slow-thaws didn't have a high cell survival rate? I dunno (which is why I put "particulars" in quotes!). But, anyway, we transferred 3 and we have 3 left. So that's cool! :)
My 24-hours of bed rest has now come to an end. I'm going to get off the couch now and take a shower and go to class. I started Calculus on Monday (again). I'm actually going to finish the class this time...I promise!!!