the truth is...
i don't want to write about all the sad things of my heart.
right in the beginning i thought my blog is going to be about our amazing and beautiful and blessed life. i did a writing course and realised again that my best writing, and the writing you want to read, is the truth of my heart. the posts, where i write from my heart, where i open it up, where i don't think about it, and just write what comes from my heart, those are the posts that you want to read.
blogging is a funny thing. I thought that people want to read about happiness and good things and dreams coming true, which i believe to be true too. right now, i guess it's the heart of the matter, it is the truth that needs to be told.
i'm writing about this, because i know how grateful i felt when i stumbled upon a blog 7 years ago of a beautiful girl who could not have her own children too... i thought i was over all the infertility stuff and have moved on, but the more i read, the more the feelings re-surfaced and i realised i did not have the words to say what i was feeling. and here, here is someone who knows exactly what i'm going through.
i felt held and loved and not alone. i felt 'normal' within the abnormalities of this journey. someone, a million miles away, knew how i felt.
i felt seen.
she gave me hope.
i'm quite a 'what-you-see-is-what-you-get' type of girl - very honest. not always the best combo, but i'm all about showing up and being real.
(if these post are too heavy or personal for you, this is maybe not the blog for you to read).
i hope that my words will make you, who truly need this, feel as if you are not alone either. that what you are feeling is real. i hope you feel 'normal' within all this sadness, but above all, i hope you find
H O P E in my words, because at the end there is always always hope!
H O P E and T R U S T.
i would love to hear your story... please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
the truth of infertility is that your story matter.
it's ok to feel what you feel.
you are normal.
this all sucks right now, but in the end, when you hold that little baby in your arms, it was all worth it!
please share... and know that you are not alone.
* soaking up this beautiful life for the next 4 weeks! will be back in September