Saturday, January 30, 2010

Falling...into place!

When things don't happen the way they are supposed to and it seems as though your world is crashing down it's very easy to lose hope.

but...everything will fall into place....

It's easy to get discouraged after numerous amounts of negative pregnancy test, yearning for that one day that you see a positive...but feeling like it will never come.

but...everything will fall into place....

There are days when you find out five friends are pregnant...and the majority weren't trying or didn't try for long, it seems impossible to go a day without seeing someone pregnant and you just want to crawl in bed and hibernate...

but...everything will fall into place....

There are somethings in life that no one can explain--only God holds those answers! We have to trust in God that one day, 'everything will fall into place'!!

Infertility is a huge 'fall'....straight down the steepest mountain, it feels as though you were pushed and now you're plummeting to the bottom with no safety net or parachute!! When will your fall stop? Only God knows! But; you can bet with God by your side carrying you under his wing you will not be crashing this time; in fact with him by your side...everything will fall into place!

"Eventually all things fall into place. Until then, laugh at the confusion, live for the moments, and know everything happens for a reason."


Stephanie Hartman said...

This was such a sweet blog..You are so correct "Everything will fall into place". Keep positive..

♥Stephanie H.

Elisabeth said...

today was a rough day for me, but reading this made me feel so much better.

Things will fall into place and we will hold living breathing miracles!

twondra said...

Thanks sweetie. :) I needed this. You're such a sweetheart. (((HUGS)))

KJ said...

Loved this! Tiff your faith is amazing- I'm trusting the Lord with you to see when our fall will stop! I'm hopeful for what's ahead for both of us and so thankful for your sweet friendship along the way!

Proud Parents of Halainah Grace said...

I have been following your blog for a while now but have never commented. I too suffered through infertility and 3 failed IVF cycles. We finally adopted our miracle after 10 years of marriage. Hang in there. Infertility is the toughest road I have ever traveled. Your book has already been written and only the lord above knows what's in the next chapter. Keep the faith, he will provide.
Many Blessings,

The Pifer Family
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