It only takes 2 to tango, but there are so many collaborative musicians and choreographers in this dance called life.
If you follow me on Twitter, you may have caught that I have been live tweeting from NYC and upstate New York. I’m here because I attended an experiential fertility workshop in Woodstock. It was FUCKING AMAZING. I will write all about it in a follow-up post. I can genuinely feel my baby on its way to me and Dean as I write this.
But before I go to sleep tonight, I wanted to capture how blessed and grateful I am for the following:
1. My job which quite possibly has the most generous vacation time of any employer in the US of A.
2. The interweb. Where or where would I be without Google and the internet, and the fact that we have the capability to research anything and find help.
3. So many friends who generously offered to take me in, put me up, drive me around (including 45 minutes to the workshop), and share their homes for me to sleep restfully.
4. As my parents are immigrants and I have witnessed first-hand the poverty of the Philippines, I know how very lucky I am to be able to eat local farm fresh food, to be able to choose between organic and gluten-free, and to have a tummy that is wined and dined every single day. I try not to take it for granted.
Thank you to everyone who has helped and supported us on this journey.