Right now, I don't really know how to start this entry. You know that feeling when you want to pour out some thoughts, but when you're at it, your mind goes blank. That's what's been happening to me lately, which resulted why this blog is a little empty.
With that short introduction, it heated my mind a bit, so here I am and finally, I'm done with the first trimester of my pregnancy. I've been on bed rest for one whole week, because right at the very first week of this month, I had an emergency that placed my baby's life in danger. First time it happened to me, I wasn't expecting it, but it was already a familiar sight because same thing happened to my mom before. I will not be specific of the incident that took place, all that's important now is the baby's safe and healthy.
I was brought up to be a strong person inside and out. I must admit, I thought I was still as strong as before, but if we're to talk about my own family, it is going to be a different story. The stress level of what I just went through both physically and emotionally was pretty high. Again, it was my first to experience to get all emotional and helpless at the same time. But...
When extreme sacrifice is set to happen, God will always give someone filled with compassion to take care of everything.
And I found comfort in the loving arms of my boys... My husband and my little boy. We all went through this challenge together, side by side, hand in hand.
If you're going to ask me, I am perfectly fine right now. I can do my regular chores again, provided, I must limit myself until the baby's out. I missed playing with our Beagle, but now, I'm playing with Emo again. It's been raining, but it didn't stop me from seeing Transformers: Dark of The Moon over the weekend. I got a new theme for my Blackberry. I have been collecting the new set of Coca-Cola glasses from McDonald's. I went shopping for maternity clothes... I'm blogging again... I'll be seeing my friends this coming weekend and we're going to spend time in our new house.
Things are very much back to normal.
To our families, friends and to my fellow bloggers... Thank you... your messages uplifted me and my family throughout this trial.
To The One above, it may be one of life's challenges, but we are still thankful. You made us stronger, You showed the way and gave us a better and more positive outlook in life...