First and foremost, I want to say thank you for all of the kind words, the shared stories, and the encouragement received as a result of many of you reading this. We truly appreciate it. This post may be a little bit longer than The Other Side of the Journey: Infertility Part 1 and The Other Side of the Journey: Unexplained Infertility Part 2, but a lot transpired in the next 4 years that followed our first miscarriage. This post is a recap of that time and will be the final portion this series.
We all know the old saying, “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other is gold.” But how about living by the following rule too.
First, I want apologize for the delay in between the posts. We’re finally settling down in our new place. There has been a lot to do and find and buy to really get settled here and this is just the beginning. Which leads me to this amazing quote I found today. Continue reading “Enjoying the Sweeter Things”
I have spent a lot of time reflecting and I’ve realized how gracious God has been to us. Never did I think that we would be traveling the world and taking in some of life’s greatest experiences.
Today, I thought back to our flight to Greece and as I scrolled though the music albums on the screen of the seat in front of me, to my surprise I came across Johnnyswim’s new album, Diamonds, which I have been dying to hear. Some of you may know this already, but I love Johnnyswim and Ryan and my first dance as husband and wife was their song, “Paris in June.” Abner and Amanda make some of the most amazing and sweetest music and I find myself getting lost in the lyrics everytime I listen to them. If you haven’t heard of them check them out.
I have decided and rightfully so that while in Qatar, the best place for me to be in a car is in the backseat. This is not the place for passive drivers, nor road rage, and if you have never had anxiety while driving you will soon develop it. Think Miami driving…x 20! I’m pretty sure that I have gotten in the habit of holding my breath and hoping for the best. Not to mention the endless amounts of construction throughout the city. Maybe my anxiety was fueled from my time served as a claims adjuster. On the bright side there are a number of taxis or you can hire a driver for a reasonable price. Continue reading “When In Qatar…”