Saturday, December 10, 2011

Grieving The Womb

It's definitely not easy, but necessary.

I was prepared for this.

I knew it was coming.

But it still came unexpectedly.

I was talking to my husband about something Bub did as a baby last night and wham.

The memories of him & my angel babies in my tummy were over whelming.

Tearing up just thinking about it again.

I know I made the right decision, but it is still definitely hard some days.

I read this website & this one and they helped.  Although I did not have an emergency hysterectomy as these women did I feel the pain of loss and I commend them for sharing their journey.

Hystersisters of course also had a lot of insight as they always do.

I know I will get past this and I have my family behind me with all of their support.  The teary eyes will pass and joy will fill it's place.  I am just taking it day by day.

Often you've wondered why,

Tears come into your eyes,

And burdens seem to be

Much more than you can stand.

But God is standing near,

He see your falling tears.

Tears are a language,

God understands.

When grief has left you low,

It causes tears to fall,

For things may not turn out

The way that you have planned.

But God won't forsake you now,

His promises are true.

Tears are a language,

God understands.

God sees the tears,

Of a brokenhearted soul,

He sees the tears,

And hears them when they fall.

God weeps along with men,

And takes them by the hand.

Tears are a language,

God understands.
Written by Gordon Jenkins in 1971

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