Defining Me

“If you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere”

-Frank A. Clark


Some newcomers to my blog, along with those who have been following my story for awhile, might be confused as to the overall tone of my blog.  So let me clarify it for you.

Infertility does not define me.  My health issues don’t either.  What defines me is a million little things that add up to make me the weirdo that I am.

I refuse to let my uterus dictate my life.  And while I’m doing that I feel like you actually might get to know me.

So please, take off your shoes and stay awhile.  I hope you come back and visit me often.  My true hope is that while our common bond of broken dreams might of brought you here, you stay because of me.

Welcome friend.


8 Responses to “Defining Me”

  1. I stay because if I get to know you well enough, you will share your shoes with me! 😉

  2. Alison Says:

    I will share my shoes as long as you share your sewing skills. Deal?

  3. Totally! I got the better end of that bargain!

  4. hi 🙂

    I am slowly coming to getting that into my head – that I am who I am and not being able to “produce” (according to some in the family) does not define who I am as a person.

    I came via ICLW, and I laughed when I read that comic you had posted. Naughty of me 😉

  5. Its a struggle to not let my infertility define me. I am more than this, but at the same time I sometimes forget. Ofcourse you are more than this issue. I understand that reading this. We’re all multifaceted beings but this is your space to talk about what weighs on your mind and it just so happens, this issue is one of them.

  6. That’s such an important thing to remember- we’re all more than the sum of our parts!

  7. Happy ICLW! Great blog!!!

  8. I like the way both you and Enna put it!


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