rule to live by.
Liz @ Fitness Blondie reminded me that there is always more “heart” to a journey than what people will always show or say. Sometimes we leave out the true meat of the story. What we truly felt vs. what we tell people that we felt. I think that I’ve been pretty honest and open about the “heart” of our journey. I think it’s so important to share not only the good, but the bad with people. For me to say that I don’t get jealous with every pregnancy announcement I hear would be a lie, I do get jealous, but I know how to deal with that & I have learned to be sincerely happy for those expectant friends as well. For me to say that I didn’t cry the entire hour-drive home from Bloomington when we had to cancel another IUI would be a lie. I cried that night, I cried the next day, I wallowed in my sorrows on my couch, I didn’t answer my phone, but after a day or so of this I got up, got ready, and started over.