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March 29, 2008

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Marci

I will finally comment to you as I have been lurking for a few weeks. Up until now I just didn't know what to say. I am so glad that you were able to face those tough hurdles. You are an extremely strong woman. Thanks for sharing.

Antonette

Beth,
I certainly understand the experience you write about fear overtaking your body after loss. While the loss I speak of is different from yours, I get that paralyzing sensation and the dread that I won't get through it.
For me it's like being at the fair in the glass house, but fear has made the lights go out and I'm wandering in tight spaces, trying to find my way out into the light, smacking into glass at every turn.
Thinking of you.

Jdude

You are so brave! Keep facing those fears and soon those fears with be your strengths! I think of you often and hope you don 't mind that I linked you to my site. You are an example of greatness that I need in my life right now! If you would rather I take the link off, I would be happy to. Just let me know.

Ashlee / Mama's Nest

I know that fear all too well. You are amazing. I wish you many more Thursdays like that.

smizzo

I don't know you. At all. But, I have to let you know that I am sorry that you are hurting. OMG, I am so sorry.

Please try to be strong. But, if you can't, that's okay, too.

Sara

It may seem like a huge hurdle, but with each one you cross, they get smaller. I have never lost a baby, so I can't say I know what you are going through, but I do know that lose never goes away, and you are doing a fantastic job of learning how to live with it. I pray for you everyday.

Susan

Way to go, girl. You do the tough stuff but you don't make yourself, "suck it up." Makes me wonder, how awesome is the woman who raised you to be such a trooper and such a fantastic woman/mother/wife/blogger/laundry-doer? Kudos to you and to your upbringing as well. You're in my thoughts and prayers,

Susan

Bloggygirl

I'm so glad you are here! You don't even know how much I admire your strength. Your journey is giving me hope that I can conquer my fears. I feel safe and bundled in friendship here. I know you don't always have good days, but you show us we CAN land on our feet, even if it seems next to impossible.

Love ya!
S

Megan (FriedOkra)

That was a huge batch of hurdles to take on on just one Thursday. I hope you got to rest and regroup after all that and you're having a peaceful weekend. Hug hug hug.

To Think Is To Create

Even though it feels impossible, taking these little steps even though you are afraid will be the key to getting rid of the fears. You will know when you are ready, and even if you're scared, you'll do it. Then it won't be scary the next time.

Liza's Eyeview

wishing you more Thursdays like this to come :)...

Josh

You go, girl!

crookedeyebrow

I'm proud of you for facing your fears and not hiding them. Keep your head up and keep on moving along with them. You are strong. So very strong, I admire that about you. That is one of the first things I noticed about you at our first bloggy meet up! that and you cracked me up!

Please remember your fears are normal. Your friends and people in your life understand as well and will be there when you need them.

Nuttin' but love,
CE

Tracy F

Funny you mention courage and strength. From the moment I talked with you on the phone and then met you in Vegas, I thought that described you wonderfully. You face life head on and ready to take on anything. I believe you still hold all these qualities. They lie within you. As you go through the grieving process you will find yourself again. It will be a new you, but I believe you will be even stronger and more compassionate than before.

Amy F.

I am so proud of you for facing some of these things, that have become fears and anxiety-ridden for you, head on! I like how you described the many different and opposite emotions you experienced throughout that one difficult day because it's so true!! You are getting through each day and situation one step at a time. Each one brings its own set of challenges you will overcome...you WILL come out on the other side of ALL OF THIS standing on your own two feet!!

And I agree that you are VERY blessed.
Love you :-)

pinksandblues

Dear Beth,

You say it all when you write, "Seeing these two amazing boys and knowing the love and joy they would add to the family I cherish"...

The love that James & Jake have given you will never, ever leave. The joy of knowing them will never, ever leave.

They will forever be cherished little boys who are part of your family.

I wish, like so many others, more blessed Thursdays... and all other days...

Much love,
Sharon

pinksandblues

Dear Beth,

You say it all when you write, "Seeing these two amazing boys and knowing the love and joy they would add to the family I cherish"...

The love that James & Jake have given you will never, ever leave. The joy of knowing them will never, ever leave.

They will forever be cherished little boys who are part of your family.

I wish, like so many others, more blessed Thursdays... and all other days...

Much love,
Sharon

Mary C

All I can think of is that I am so proud of you. For just walking right through each situation. Praying they will get easier day by day.

Dolores Schwartzd

I will say it over and over again... You are very brave! You amaze me and your strengh inspires me! Keep up the good work! You can do it... Everythign in baby steps or not... Only you know how much you can handle...

JenniferH

Rock on soul sister! You are such a wonderful, wonderful woman, momma, wife, sister, daughter, and friend. I love you dearly, and I am SO proud of each fear and each challenge you have faced thus far. Know in your heart that you will continue to do so with the intense love your boys and entire family and friends have for you to support and encourage you...

Carolyn

I haven't read your page in a few days and was so happy to have the time to be able to read it tonight.
So, so happy that you had a wonderful Thursday. It sounds like you have some wonderful friends who are there to lift you and carry you when you don't feel like you can lift your own self.
Kudos to you for being so brave and facing the fears. You go girl!

tammy b

i've been away for a bit and am catching up....this post brought tears to my eyes (again) because it took me back to my 1st u.s. w/my now 4yo twin girls. i was alone, my dh was home w/our almost 2yo daughter. i'm high risk so i got my first us at 4 weeks i think. internal, like you. i don't know who was more suprised, me or my doc. you see, my 1st pg - well my 2nd pg really, my 1st live birth was twins. well started out as twins, there was fetal demise of one at just about 12 weeks. for the 2nd time in my life i got to call my husband and say 'are you sitting down'? to this day, i remember that moment vividly. the shock. the amazement. the happiness. and for me, the fear. thank you for sharing it all with us. you are loved.

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