When I read your blog it's like you are speaking on my behalf.... Even after all this time, I feel devastated that my marriage to my all time sweetheart of 18years (married for 10 yrs) hasn't gone as planned. If life were perfect I would already have 2 kids by now but I guess, like you, God has something different for me or is saving the best for last!
Denise, Republic of Malta
I stumbled upon your blog, really by accident, today. I sat compelled for hours reading over every single entry. I myself have be dealing with infertility for about 4 years now. I don't know how, and I don't know why, but there were so many things in your blog that hit home with me and I just had to say thank you.
Thank you for reminding me that I am not alone. For reminding me that there is always hope. For reminding me to be grateful for every single blessing I do already have.
I came across your blog today. I seriously just spent the last hour or so reading all your latest posts about your battle with fertility drugs and your recent decision to take a break from IVF.
To be honest, I'm not quite sure the point of my email. I wanted to tell you that we, too, are struggling with infertility. However, unlike you, I haven't gathered the courage to talk about it on my blog yet. I'm not sure why. I think you are so brave and such an inspiration to be so open about it. And I feel your pain, sadness, and disappointment through this journey.
So I just wanted to say, thanks, for your blog. Reading your posts today both broke my heart and gave me hope. I'm glad to have found someone who can understand what I've been feeling. Although I love my real-life friends, they just can't comprehend what this feels like.
Anonymous blogger, Boston