March 29, 2013

Dear Diary,

I cried last night. 

Actually, I laid on TJs chest and I wailed heavy, uncontrollable sobs that came out of nowhere. 

But you know what? It felt good to feel. 

I've kept myself very busy - almost too busy - these past two weeks with work and wine. 
Work, wine, sleep. Work, wine, sleep. Wash, dry, repeat.
 
I've tried writing three other posts today, each with an inspirational, happy image, 
 but I've decided to acknowledge how I'm actually feeling, 
and remember that it's okay to not be okay. 

I've been told that grief comes in waves. I'm going to ride this one out.
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  1. Never ever hurts to have a good cry sesh. And wine. Wine is always good ;) Enjoy your weekend!

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  2. Goooood for you! You need to grieve in what ever way your body needs to. Sometimes it's ok to not have control over it either.

    Hoping that you are feeling better today, but if you aren't, then maybe tomorrow. :)

    Sending virtual hugs!!

    XO

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  3. It is a difficult thing to deal with and I can't even give you advice. I am still having difficulties coming to term with my own grief. You may not want to read but I have a couple of quotes here in a post I did when dealing with grief which may help you... they helped me and I still think of them now. I hope it helps you in some way: http://takeallchances.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/grief-reveals-you.html

    Much love
    Missy x

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  4. This is all so true, and you are exactly right about it coming in waves. Sometimes you just need to cry, many times I have just felt like I needed to let it all out. Again I am so sorry for you, but all I can say is it will get better.
    Let me know if there is anything you need!
    Xo
    M

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  5. Thinking of you today. And you are right...it is totally ok to not feel ok. Let yourself cry and grieve when you need to. I remember having several nights (and days) where I just cried and cried after my miscarriage and looking back, I'm glad I was open with it because it was honest, and it was real..and it helped me move through it. So...do whatever YOU need to do!

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  6. Thinking about you sweet girl. I hope things get better for you soon.

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  7. Girl I'm so sorry! Sometimes you just need to cry. We've all been there. Hope things changes. If you need anything let me know.

    Jessa

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  8. Thinking of you... sometimes we all need a good cry.... Praying that in the days,weeks, months and moments ahead that you have the strength for each moment and that you can take just one moment at a time as you grieve. Thinking about you and praying that you are surrounded by love and comfort.
    With gentle hugs,
    Rebecca

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  9. I can tell you that it does get easier, but it definitely takes time. My husband and I still cry over the loss of our little girl last May, even with a new child on the way. Losing a baby is something that can't ever be fully grasped until you personally go through it and I am so sorry that you have had to experience such a loss.

    I don't know if it is the same for you, but one thing that oddly enough gave me comfort during my loss was reading about other women's experiences as well and realizing that I was not alone in the intense emotions I felt for a baby I never got to see face to face. If you're interested, here is my experience [http://lendmeyourkite.com/2012/05/13/until-we-meet-again-my-sweet/]

    Thinking of and praying for you both lady xoxo

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  10. Thinking of you and praying for you! Hugs!

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  11. Sending you happy thoughts girl!!!

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  12. You are too sweet girl. TRUST ME I know what a good cry is like and it is needed to just belt out in tears sometimes. Wish I could hug you!

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