confessions of a barren woman who has been made a joyous mother
Oh, Glenna! We've never met, though we venture over a couple of the same blogs (j razz, Tim Ellsworth, etc.). I'm not a person of eloquent words; if I was, at this point, they would more than likely ring hollow. Just know that there's at least two more people in God's world praying for you and William both.
Glenna - thank you for being strong enough to share your story, as it has certainly touched my heart. I can't begin to understand what you must be feeling. Sometimes I wish God would give us a glimpse of the big picture but even then I probably wouldn't be able comprehend it. It is such a relief to know that God is there through it all and that His timing is perfect! Lifting you up in prayer. . .
Thank you both for your kind comments. I appreciate your prayers so very much. Thank you for taking the time to write.blessings,glenna
Hi Glenna, I'm not sure if we have met or not, I attended Union 98-02. I found your site through Kellye Rachel's site. Anyway, my husband and I have struggled with infertility (still do) and I have some of the same thoughts you do - and when we were really in the middle of it, it seemed like EVERYONE was getting pregnant! I know how hard it is! We decided in 2005 to start the adoption process, we got a baby girl 5 months later and 12 months after that got a call about a baby boy and we brought him home 6 weeks later. God has really taught us so much through it all! I hope your upcoming adoption journey is a great experience for you as ours have been. On another note: Have you read Infertility: Finding God's Peace in the Journey by Flowers (Linda is the first name I think) - I really enjoyed that book.
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