Steffibeth, your link isn't working for me. Charting gave me confidence and saved me lots of pregnancy tests while I was waiting for my fertility to return. I knew I hadn't ovulated, so I couldn't be pregnant.
JustKate, my vote is CD 27. Your body got ready to O, and then you got sick and delayed O. Your CM never really dried up, and you've got a nice pre-shift 6 CD 22-27 before a temperature rise with temperatures closer to your normal range of post-O temps.
Devaya, EWCM is generally clear and stretchy, like egg whites. Creamy is generally white and doesn't stretch. Sticky means there is enough CM that you can feel that there's something sticky on the TP, but not enough that you can really pick it up. If you need some more specific terms, you can also use "tacky," CM that has just a little bit of stretch before breaking. It is more fertile than creamy, but less fertile than EWCM. "Wet" or "Watery" can be a sensation of wetness on the vulva, or it can be similar to EWCM, but more like watery egg whites. "Slippery" is a sensation of slipperiness on the vulva and is a sign of being fertile. No, it's not uncommon to experience a lot of days of fertile CM. You might read "Fertility Cycles and Nutrition" by Marilyn Shannon. It might give you some ideas that may help to give you a more classic-looking chart. As you become more experienced, you may develop an awareness of what your body does well enough to develop your own rules. I'm experimenting a bit longer, but I'm considering not considering myself fertile until I have more fertile CM since I've been having at least 15 days of CM before I O. I'm not there yet, but one of the beautiful things about fertility awareness is that you can get to know your body and make your own decisions about your needs for effectiveness.