May 21, 2010

ICLW May 2010

It's that time of the month again, and I ain't talkin' AF folks!

Time for the bloggy lovefest known around these parts as IComLeavWe!  (as usual, if you're not familiar, check the little icon on the sidebar for all you ever needed to know about ICLW but were afraid to ask!)

Welcome to all!

You can learn more about me by checking out the "Welcome Friends" tab at the top of the page, if you're new to my blog. 

At the risk of being completely boring and falling back on an old standby...I'm going to be completely boring and fall back on an old standby and open up the comments section for Q and A.  


I like the idea of an open dialogue between myself and my readers (all 3 or 4 of you). 

I like the idea of you asking me questions and giving me blog-fodder for future posts. 

I'm completely at a loss for a new and exciting intro post for ICLW! 


So, get busy!

I'm an open book, so if there's anything you've ever wanted to know about me or ask me about now's the time.  Just leave a question in the comments section (hey, you have to comment for ICLW anyway, might as well make it interesting!).  I will compile the questions and answers in a post later this week.  As I said, I'm an open book, but please use common sense and be respectful.  This is meant to be a conversation starter, not a mudslinging campaign.  :)

Have a great day and go get to commenting!!!


  1. Thank you for reminding me to post an entry explaining icomleavme to my blog! This is my first time as part of the list. Looking forward to coming back and reading your blog.

  2. Love the look of your blog and I'll be back to read again for sure!

    Happy ICLW!!

  3. I just looked at your wedding date and realized that we got married literally a month apart (mine is 12/31/04)

    How cool is that?

    Happy ICLW!

  4. Hey you got married new years eve!

    I wanted to get married then...

    But my husband thought it was silly....

    So I insisted on V-day instead :)

    Happy ICLW

  5. I can relate to many of your posts. I am also grieving the loss of biology. Infertility is such a tough road to walk. I don't think anyone who hasn't been there can truly understand how devastating it really is.

    I love your knitting projects. I've always wanted to learn how. My question is, who taught you to knit?

    Take care.


  6. I don't have a question ... but I wanted to tell you I love your blog, and I read your previous post. We're in an odd little community here ... supportive, and yet because we come from so many different places ... some of us secondary infertiles, some primary, some adoptive parents, some trying IVF, some with the resources to go to the extremes, some without that gift ... I can imagine that we sometimes unintentionally hurt each other. But the support is worth the hurts, I think. Because even if we don't know exactly where the other person is coming from, we can recognize the pain and the struggle. And that's worth a lot, given how many people out there pretend that this issue doesn't even exist.

    Thanks for writing, and happy ICLW (#149)!

  7. Hey! =)

    I wish I could think of a question for ya, but I am not at all creative =[

    I too am suffering PCOS, and I'm trying to rediscover my faith..I sorta lost all faith with each failed cycle =[

    anyways, I'll be around to cheer you on with whatever you do! =]
    ICLW #33

  8. You mention you're a emergency dispatcher - wow, that must be really stressful! How do you relax? Happy ICLW!

  9. HI! It's nice to meet you! I can't wait to get to know you better...and congratulations on the Anniversary!

    Happy ICLW!


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