Tag Archives: Lessons from Infertility

Infertility: The Well, The Tears, The Scuba Gear

Tonight my husband and I went to see The Odd Life Of Timothy Green. And though years have now passed since our infertility journey began, and wounds scab over as healing happens, sometimes things can break them open again–even if just for a moment. Sometimes we are reminded of the deep well of love that […]

How to sift through the pain of infertility to find the good stuff

“When things don’t work out as we planned, it’s what happens instead that is the good stuff.” – The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel ┬áPlease, please, please, I beg of you, don’t miss the good stuff. I know the dashed hopes; I know the dreams left barren; I know the pain, the failure, the devastation, of […]

Infertility: However mean your life is, rise up to meet it and live it

However mean your life is, meet it and live it; do not shun it and call it hard names – Henry David Thoreau Tonight my husband was talking about seeing the “hand of God” (or whatever you may refer to as that which is greater than you, your higher power). My husband then proceeded to […]