Tuesday, June 7, 2011
I am looking forward to this weekend. David and I are going on a family vacation with his family to the beach. I hope it is very relaxing and fun. I hope there are no jellyfish to make being in the water miserable. Also, I hope the water is not cold.
Hopefully I will post some good news or other news sooner than the last time.
Monday, June 1, 2009
The next week came and I left work a little early to go to the doctor. David met me there. I had my hopes up. We did another ultrasound and again nothing. By this time I would be either 7 or 8 weeks pregnant and they would be able to see something. So the doctor took David and I into her office and explained what was going on. Apparently, I had an ectopic pregnancy. I had done my research and was really scared because of course the baby can't survive but also because in most cases they need surgery to remove it. The doctor gave us a few options. One being that I would have surgery to remove it but risk losing my right fallopian tube increase the chance of never being able to had kids or I could have a round, possible two rounds of chemo to desentigrate it.
When I got to the car I busted out crying. Here I thought finally I was given the most precious gift for it to just be taken away. It hurt so bad thinking it was so close to being real.
David was also very dissappointed. I could see it in his face. He had just gotten used to the idea he was going to be a daddy.
Now what we really needed was a miracle to happen. The doctor said that by some chance it might miscarry on its own which is the best shenerio for an ectopic pregnancy but she wouldn't count on it. So now here we were actually praying to lose the baby. A few days later that prayer had been answered. I miscarried the pregnancy so I didn't have to choose which way to terminate it.
I am very disappointed but I know that when it's meant to be it will happen for me. At lest now I know that I am able to get pregnant which was a question that has been answered after 9 months of wondering.
Saturday, January 31, 2009
Sunday, January 18, 2009
Saturday, January 17, 2009
Yesterday we laid her to rest at her final resting place.
She's gone to see Jesus, gone to touch his face.
A woman with a heart of gold with a lot of love to give
taken to a better place among angels where she can live,
She feels no more hurting and feels no more pain
she doesn't have to think she is a burden and causing so much strain.
She is free to fly above us watching over you and me
And I know she’s up there watching who I turn out to be.
She will always be with me in my soul, my mind, my heart,
I will carry her for always we will never be apart.
And the memories she gave me will always stay with me
and bring back happy times of who she used to be.
She was such a caring woman, brave and very strong,
She didn't have a problem telling you when you were wrong
She put up with a lot and never did she complain
Even when it was a lot of work for one woman to maintain.
She gave to her family and served her husband right
And even when he teased her she wouldn't back down the fight.
She wasn't afraid to say what was ever on her mind
And if you didn't behave she put the belt to your behind
She was a true example of a woman and who I would like to be
And I am glad she is my Grandma and that forever she will be with me.
I will miss you but love you and never forget you.
Rest With God I will see you again.
P.S. Grandma it never mattered who your favorite was. It only mattered that you were our favorite GRANDMA!
Tracey Puleo Longworth
Monday, July 14, 2008
David and I spent 4th of July at my Grandparent's house. We celebrated my Uncle Sammy's birthday. Ironic his name is Sam and he was born on July 4th but it had nothing to do with it. On Saturday and Sunday David and I went with his family and friends to Grande Isle. David finally got to go fishing went he has been wanting to do for over a year now. I got to see the porpoises which came right up to the boat. It was fun.
My mother-in-law, Aunt-in-law, and Mom-in-law's friend were acting goofy in the water. They did cheer leading moves and tried to create a synchronize swimming dance to which I got on film. All in all it was a good holiday. I got to spend another holiday with my grandmother and that means so much to me.