Lost and Found

For the past two and a half weeks, I’ve felt kind of lost. This one thing that I was really looking forward to, this life changing thing, was suddenly taken from me (and taken from Jason too) and I kind of didn’t know what to do with myself. As much as I tried to jump back into my “old” life, it didn’t really feel the same.

And then I woke up this morning and I felt better. And I think it somehow has to do with running. Not the physical act of running, but the idea of working toward a goal, a different goal, of getting back into the running shape that I was in. I also think my hormones have maybe calmed down, but that’s another story.

For whatever reason, I kind of got re-enthused about my health. While we can’t quite hop on the baby making train just yet (doctor said to wait two cycles), I can get myself into better shape while I’m waiting. What that means, I’m not entirely sure, but running more often definitely plays a part. As does eliminating or cutting down on my excessive stevia consumption, but again, another story for another post.

I have no pictures that go with this post, but have a family-filled weekend coming up so I’m sure there will be more than enough pictures to make up for it.

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9 Responses to Lost and Found

  1. just sending lots of love. never met Jason, but so glad you found a lovely guy (and have often told people your engagement story b/c i think it is so cute!)

    i hope you’ve found some good support resources (in adition to writing…which i know helps me and will allow some woman, or man, to feel less alone when they find their way to your words).

  2. Good for you Lee! I love hearing the positive in this post. I think we all have to look for a new positive way to get through hard times. I’m so glad you’re moving forward and reaching for new goals. Have fun with your family! xoxo

  3. I am so glad you are feeling a bit better! That said, if you end up feeling down again, don’t feel like you’re all the way back to the beginning. I have a feeling that lots of ups and downs are inevitable and I am just so glad that TODAY you are happy :)

  4. Glad to read this post. Having something to works towards (an exercise goal) helped me, too. Right after my second miscarriage I joined a boot camp. Before it was over I was pregnant again, without trying, on my very next cycle. The doctor had warned us to wait at least 3-4 cycles this time, but Luke is living proof that he was wrong. There will be a happy ending to your story and you will just be a stronger woman in the end.

  5. I am so so glad you’re feeling better. Sometime you have to force ypuself to act “normal” to actually feel normal again.

  6. Glad to hear you are feeling more like yourself. I think it’s great how open you are being and I wish nothing but the best for you and Jason.

  7. I am so glad you are feeling refreshed/refocused my friend.

  8. I love that you are feeling this way and looking forward to the next few months in refocusing on your health and running. Glad you are feeling better too!!

  9. I’m happy to hear that Lee. I hope your family weekend helped as well :)

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