Saturday, September 11, 2010

Infertility and Dessert

Thanks to a friend for reminding me our dessert will come someday. I've officially tasted the chocolate cake, and it was promptly taken away. Now I know that pain, but I also know the joy. I need to just trust in the baker...

Waiting for Dessert
by Christine Dallimore

4 comments:

Lyndsey said...

It's a terrible tragedy, and I know that sometimes it feels like you can never stop crying.

Just take your life one minute at a time, one hour and one day. You can worry about tomorrow when it gets here.

I wanted to send you a song that helped me (a little) when I had my miscarriage, but I couldn't find it on your blog. I'll just post a link here.

My thoughts are with you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kdpXlrp9As

Lyndsey said...

I also wanted to know if I could put a link on my blog to yours. I don't have many people that read my blog (mostly just family and friends) but I know that I've had the stray person wander onto my blog....and it's nice to know that somewhere out there, there is someone who knows how this feels.

teridiane said...

Wow. Can't be portrayed any better than that. Thank you for sharing.

Shan said...

I truly believe that is one of the happiest times. The way you talk about those 9 days and how happy you were is exactly the way I remember my 7 days. I have not been anywhere close to that happy since...One day we'll both get to eat the whole piece of cake! Love you.

FAITH IN GOD MEANS HAVING FAITH IN HIS TIMING.