Friday, April 18, 2008

Just one more clarification...

Ok, I know I said I was done with this but I am feeling bad that now some of you are afraid to comment, only ONE comment seemed out of line. PLEASE say what is on your mind. I actually have come to see that each comment has been a blessing in it's own way! My feelings are not hurt and you do not have to have been where I am to earn the right to comment. I cherish all of your thoughts and know they are all said with the best of intentions. So, just please continue to comment...if I feel something is going to cause drama I will just delete it and that doesn't even necessarily mean that I don't agree or am hurt! I am NOT offended by those of you who suggested post partum depression and there are MANY comments and emails I received on that topic. I know you are looking out for me and I know it is a reality. Just not mine, not yet anyhow. I am not afraid to ask for help if I feel I need it. I grew up with a depressed mother...I know what that is like. I just wanted you to know that that is not where I am right now. PLEASE PLEASE don't stop commenting or feel like you have to edit your words for me...maybe they are just what God needs for me to hear. I just ask that no one be purposely hurtful or cause drama. I love you all! I covet your prayers and your comments! I love hearing from all of you and am touched at your willingness to share yourselves with me.

8 comments:

M said...

I can't remember if I have commented before but I always read your post and pray for you. I cannot in any way understand the feelings you have as I am not in your shoes but my heart goes out to you and I can stand by your side and remember you in prayer as the day goes on. I am glad you have a place to come and express your feelings and you are willing to let us in. I have learned so much over the past 6months or so by reading blogs like yours. I am continually amazed at how God works in us and through as His children. Know that while I might not know what to comment, I do ask God to carry you.
Love, Michelle

asplashofsunshine said...

I think the world could write paragraphs, pages, and novels about how much your story has touched their lives. You are open, loving, and honest which is all anyone can ask for. NEVER APOLOGIZE for anything you say or do. The moments and feelings are real! Many moments are probably burn right through your mommy heart and hurt like nobody will ever understand. Your pain is unique to you and your family, your healing is the same. Keep up your honest feelings and shout them to the world if you feel the need, or crawl into your covers if that helps you in the moment. You are more than entitled. Ok, I am off my high horse! Again, thank you for being you.

Jessica mommy to Alex/ RTS said...

I agree with the last comment dont apologize for saying what you need to say. I have grown to love bloggin because I can just write down all my feelings, get them out. It has been theonly way to get them out.
Still praying, still reading, and still commenting.
Love you.

Laurie said...

Kristy,

We love you, absolutely love you and no apologies are necessary for you just being you. I am learning so much by following you here; you being open and honest helps me to be open and honest with my encouragement to others. Please don't second guess yourself as you go through this time.
I love you just the way you are. I just wish you were not hurting.

Love you, Laurie in Ca.
PS. Now go look in the mirror and see the girl that Jesus loves so much just as she is. He does!

ajc4ever said...

I am always amazed at your ability to express yourself and your grief. Your pain, sorrow and joy has touched me so deeply. I think of all of you EVERY day and pray for you many times throughout the day. I have never been in your shoes, but I did walk with a dear friend as she wore them. BTW, I LOVE that picture slideshow you put up at the side. Many blessings,

Angela

happy gram said...

go to sumi's corner (she commented on a previous post of yours) and scroll down to the bottom where it lists "favorite posts" and check out her posts on "darkness" and "suffering", etc. these were written a year before she faced her biggest trial. they are so very helpful. jan

Corie O'Brien said...

I am so sad that you feel like you have to clarify your blog. This is your blog, your feelings, your journey in grief. I appreciate your candidness and willingness to be who you are. This is just part of the process. Kristy, I know you are trusting the Lord each step of the way. There are so many pslams where David is real and yet he trusts the Lord. Keep pressing forward. You are aching for 2 precious babies. Be easy on yourself and remember...this journey is unto the Lord NOT unto man!

Shelly said...

You have a beautiful blog. It really touched me today.

God bless you and your family.