Saturday, February 14, 2009


Kevin and I are 'getting married' tonight. The Catholic Church is blessing our marriage in a convalidation ceremony. My parents and Kev's mother and grandmother will be our witnesses. No one else will be there - with the exception of the priest, of course.

I just can't help the superstitious thoughts from running a loop through my head.
*Maybe God has been angry at us for not getting married in the Church six and a half years ago.
*Maybe if we get our marriage blessed, God will give us a baby.

I know those thoughts are incredibly unhealthy and irrational, but how do you stop yourself from thinking like that?

~ And I do apologize for not keeping up with the infertility blog community for the last couple of weeks. There has been a cloud of funk following me around lately - and I'm not talking about body odor - that has kept me from thinking, speaking, and acting in a clear-headed, purposeful way.

I think I'm better now, though.


Photogrl said...

I wish I had an answer for your question but all I can offer is((HUGS)) to you and Kev.

MrsJoyner said...

Congratulations!! And I don't think God "holds" those kind of things against us. You got married, to the man you love, you're both believers and live a Christian life. You can't do much better then that.

Liv said...

Congratulations on your convalidation ceremony. Although you original ceremony seemed absolutely fabulous, I think this will be a wonderful memory for you and your husband to share every Valentines Day!

Hope all else is well!

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