Nothing Left To Lose

Well, we are still on for tomorrow morning.

It’s hard to believe we are here. For years, I’ve been meaning to write a post about a song. This particular song sort of followed us after I had my 2nd miscarriage. You know… when there’s that one song on the radio that always seems to find you at the most serendipitous moment? The one that makes you feel like you are in the right place at the right time?

I dedicate this song to my husband, S. because, well, the song’s meaning is pretty on target for how I am feeling today.

I’ll be back tomorrow with a post about the retrieval. Hopefully, they’ll refrain from keeping me in too much suspense (those RE’s love their drama). 😉

Oh, and I did finish my letter to the donor this morning. And the words flowed perfectly.

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12 thoughts on “Nothing Left To Lose

  1. I was thinking of you today while I was trying to decide which one of my sick, crazy, whiny two children was going to live and…Wishing some of that for you.

  2. I thinking of you this morning – hoping you get some great news. Can't wait for the update. Glad you were able to finish your letter – you keep reminding me that I still need to do that in case we do actually make it to retrieval. I understand your worry – mine is starting to set in already. Good luck today!

  3. That is a great song. I'm sending you lots of positive thoughts and hope. I know it's been a very, very long road and so scary…but I'm so excited for you.

  4. I have been on pins and needles for you lately. You deserve this to work out so much. I hope that tomorrow goes seamlessly, as well as the days, weeks, and MONTHS to come.

  5. I'll be on pins and needles.I had such a hard time writing the donor letter..not becasue I didn't have words but becasue I didn't know if I was overdoing it…underdoing it…I just struggled with the tone. It's the most personal letter I have every written…and to a complete stranger no less.

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