Friday, February 24, 2006

Just Wanted to Say . . .

I originally posted this as a comment on our friends Jenny from the IF Block's blog. But I felt so strongly about it and I wanted everyone to know what I was thinking that I added it as a post to mine!

"I feel exactly the same way! After my initial IVF consultation I felt overwhelmed and under-informed. I was panic stricken and felt completely alone. Although my husband has been very supportive there is no way he can know what it's like to face the inner turmoil and self doubt that comes with being a female IVFer. I've found so much support and guidance from women all over the world who have made this journey so much easier! You have all touched me in many ways! - I hope I've been able to explain personally just how much you influenced my life. I think about all of you throughout my day and check your blogs for updates! You're all very special to me!

God bless the internet! That's all I have to say! I met my dh on the internet and now I've met so many wonderful women who have become a part of my life!
Thank you all!"

How You Life Your Life
You are honest and direct. You tell it like it is.You tend to avoid confrontation and stay away from sticky situations.You tend to have one best friend you hang with, as opposed to many aquaintences.Some of your past dreams have disappointed you, but you don't let it get you down.
How Do You Live Your Life?


Just another Jenny said...

I love you too - you know, but not in THAT kind of way - not that there is any problem with THAT, it's just that I don't know you that well yet.
I'm being silly of course. Can you tell it's Friday?
Long live blogland!

Sunny Jenny said...


seattlegal said...

Like I said over at Jenny's blog, it really is great to know that you are not alone in all of this and the support I get from and give to others in blogland is terrific. And as Jenny said, "long live blogland!"

PortLairge said...

Isn't blogland great!

Heather P. said...

I love the women I have met on the net. They have been the best source of support for me.

Lori said...

So true! I shudder at the thought of how much crazier I'd be without the emotional and informational support from blogland. Helps me hang on to any shred of sanity.