Yes, I know. It’s been more than a month since I last posted something. And I’ve definitely broken my “once-a-week-post” promise. But you know what else is broken?
Because exactly a month ago, my would-be-baby-#2 suddenly said goodbye. He was 11 weeks (in my tummy).
I really do not want to go into more details only that since then I have been on a period of rest and recovery. And I would like to say that I am better now.
It isn’t easy but it would have been worse if not for a lot of people and things so I just want to take this time to thank all of you.
- Thank you to my loving and ever-supportive husband who has been there with me, there for me, cried with me, laughed with me, and is moving on with me.
- Thank you to my darling little girl who made me stronger (since I had to be, otherwise I would have seen her cry and hurt as we are. :p)
- Thank you to my family and friends who made me feel it’s okay not to be okay and who patiently waited until I get even just a little bit better.
- Thank you to my work (yes, my work) which made me toughen up and accept that life goes on.
- Thank you to eclations, for keeping me inspired. I was able to use part of this time to de-stress, to think of nothing at times and just let my hands and heart work with whatever creative thing that comes to mind. (Well, I did mostly paper flowers.) I was able to enjoy myself in a Craft Bazaar. And even now I am at times keeping myself busy with an upcoming Craft Workshop. Life is beautiful.
- And most of all, I thank God for the strength, wisdom, comfort and love He has been continuously pouring over me, my home, and my family. I know that tough times in this world are inevitable but knowing that there is a God, my God, who is loving and might to save, just takes the fears, and tears away. I know there were a lot of revelations after that unfortunate event in my life, and I pray that may we continue to be strong and willing to be molded according to His will and for His glory.
So for tonight, I leave you with one of my favorite verses.
And here’s praying and hoping for a more cheerful, positive note next time. And oh, expect more throwbacks!