Monday, October 19, 2009

Bear with me

As part of Project:Me (which is going great by the way!) I decided to go into a bit of retreat, or hibernation so to say. (pardon my blog title pun) As much as I love blogging and I love reading blogs, sometimes I can lose myself and get lost in IF/secondary IF world for hours and get really caught up on this whole me-not-being-able-to-carry-a-live-baby-thing. It really affects my mood, my mindset, my whole being for the day.  So that's why I've been silent. I needed (and still need) to re-focus on what is making me happy and how to continue to heal physically and emotionally from all that has gone on this year. Falling back into "diagnosis mode" of what went wrong those 3 times, diving into what other ladies have gone through and comparing how similiar/opposite my experiences were, etc, etc...it's really draining and I feel it isn't good for my healing at the moment.  

So please, bear with me if I don't blog as regularly for the next little while.  I've been 'silent' for 10 days and might be for another in terms of new posts (but who knows, something hilarious might happen on Gl.e.e or something shocking on Grey's and I will have to blog about it) but for now my dear blogger friends, I am continuing to pray for all of you every day and rooting you on in your journeys to becoming the mothers that we all dream and deserve to be.

7 comments:

  1. Can totally relate. Take you time. :)

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  2. Completely understandable. Come back when you feel ready. (((HUGS)))

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  3. you need to do what is best for you. :)

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  4. Completely understand and also rooting for you and your happy ending. :-)

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  5. Totally understand. We all need a break sometimes. What's great is that when things take a turn for the worse or when great news happens, we're always here to support each other. Take care ((BIG HUG))

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  6. I totally understand. I often find myself doing the same thing and need to check myself. Know that I'll be thinking of you and praying for you. God bless!

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  7. totally understand the need for silence. take care of you and when you come back we'll still be here. =)

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