Friday, 13 July 2007

So you can understand too


18 comments:

KarenO said...

No words, just tears...

Totallyscrappy said...

Amazing.

JennyK said...

I'd heard about this video, but not seen it until your link. It's amazing that some people still don't get it.

Melissa said...

I would leave a comment but my eyes are too full of tears...

Sharon said...

I have a knot in my throat and tears in my eyes... how many people just don't appreciate the miracle it takes... the blessing it is... and the pain some have to endure in the journey. We love you Charmaine.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing that! Keep praying, for both of us!
Love,
Caron

Nesting For Natalie said...

Char,

You made me cry! I hope you wil not mind, I had to share this on my blog!

Hugs to you!

Amy

Jewels of My Heart said...

I just saw this on Amy's blog... it brought back so many memories of heartache before I held my two little miracles in my arms. My heart weeps for the mothers who are still waiting to hold their babies.
God's Speed

Anonymous said...

I just saw this on Nesting for Natalie's site too. It's amazing how God works in such mysterious ways to open our eyes.

Thank you for sharing this.

Amy D.

Just a non-blogger passing by. :-)

amanda said...

I am sitting here with tears streaming down my face.

I don't even have the "husband to love" yet. But, I too have PCOS.

And, I fear . . . .

What a powerful video! It strikes a cord deep inside me.

Anonymous said...

char and robin you guys are so special and you deserve the very best ! if God is as good as you say then i cant imagine that he wont answer your prayers some day when he knows the time is right for you.take care ryan loader

Hanlie said...

Hello my friend. I have two little miracles, and I thank God for them every day. I have no idea what you are going through, all I can do is keep praying for you. Know that we love you and pray that you to will have your own little miracle soon. In what ever way, shape and form God wants to give it to you. That is a tearjurking song. Still have tears in my eyes. Lots of love Hanlie

Irritable Mother said...

I love you, Char. Thanks for sharing this video, so I can understand too.
I have no more adequate words to express my heart right now. Just thanks.

Magi said...

I came here by way of Amy, too. I was diagnosed with PCOS at 26. On Thursday, we celebrated the third month anniversary of having our daughter home with us. We returned to the US on 4/12/07.

Today is my 46th birthday. My best present was the look on my daughter's face when my husband brought her to me.

The video brought back so many memories of tears and heartache. My tears now are of happiness, but you don't forget the heartache.

You have my best wishes on this journey.

Gayla said...

A powerful message indeed. It's difficult to comment right now.

Char, I've added you to my blogroll. Thanks for sharing your life.

Spanglish said...

I've seen that video, and I can't bear to watch it again though I found it incredibly moving.

Your last post about your husband -- GORGEOUS.

Scribbit said...

Okay I never cry over these things or get mushy but this did it too me.

Alison Shiloh Wear said...

wow! that's a powerful video. thanks for sharing, Char. My hubby and I are starting to think about starting a family. thanks for putting things into perspective.