I apologize that I haven’t posted in a very long time. After college life just seems to get in the way of all the little things you want to do rather then have to do.
I am writing today because I have experienced the hardest thing I have ever had to go through. My husband and I found out we were pregnant with our miracle baby earlier this fall. After turning my life upside down to make sure everything would be perfect for our growing family we found out our baby had stopped developing. There was nothing we could do but cry and morn this little miracle that we are never going to meet.
I waited weeks to have a natural miscarriage because I didn’t think I could mentally deal with the idea of surgery. It turned out that my body wasn’t able to detect that the baby had stoped developing and I had to go through the procedure regardless of how hard it would be. I prayed for so long to become pregnant and I knew walking into the hospital that day that when I woke up I would no longer be pregnant. It was the hardest thing I have ever had to do.
Early last year my husband and I were told that we would have very little time to have our own child and after trying for so long it seemed like nothing would work. I finally gave up hope on having my own child, I started focusing on a career and looked forward to the day that we could afford to adopt or find a surrogate to bless us with a completed family.
Then this miracle happened and I can’t begin to tell you how much it filled my life and my heart with happiness. I would have moved mountains for this little baby. And although I know there was nothing I could do to prevent this from happening I feel as if I have failed my family my husband and myself.
I know one day I will have the perfect family wether that be by giving birth or adoption. But the sadness this has caused has been the hardest thing I have had to endure.
I am writing this today because I have felt very alone in this time and I hope none of you ever experience this sadness. But if you ever find yourself in this horrible situation know that you are not alone. So many women go through this but we are too embarrassed or sad or heartbroken to talk about it. This has not been easy for me to write but if I can help one person feel as if they are not alone it was well worth my tears.
I am very lucky to have a strong support system of family and friends who love me. But the truth is not many people know what to say or what to do to help. It’s a very hard thing to understand if you have not been through this yourself.
I love you all, thank you for continuing to be a line of love and support!
Thank you to all my friends and family who have showed me all there love and support. You mean the world to me.
I must apologize for my extended absence! I must say I have been a very busy girl, most recently I have started grad school!
I was offered a full assistantship! Allowing me to go to school as well as get a great experience of working as a Teaching Assistant, enabling me to teach classes, and do some real world hands on research!
I just finished my first week, and so far I have no complaints, it is so nice being back to school.
Me and Tyler also through a celebration of our marriage, a second reception! As many of you know our wedding ceremony was planned ver quickly and even though it was fantastic it was very nice to have a bigger party that all our friends and family could attend!
It’s been a crazy and fun summer!
I am hoping to get back to you all more regularly; I am going to make an honest effort! I miss all of my web friends! Let me know if there is anything you want me to touch upon in the next few days!
Talk to you all soon!
Lots of love,
Happy Thursday! Where I am from it just turned Thursday! So I apologize that my post is at an odd time!
I just wanted to write a quick post about something exciting me and Tyler decided to collaborate on!
Its called Inspiring Each Other!
We will be opening a second blog which will deal with our life as a couple what we are up to what we like to do all things us! We will also be given relationship advice quite often so make sure you check it out!
We will have an Instagram account to go along with it that we will update quite often!
We are taking a trip to the cape this weekend for a memorial service for a family member of Tyler’s! Make sure you check in on both the Instagram and blog for updates!
We Love you all,
Michelle & Tyler
Last night was a very odd night. Around ten o’clock I got a call from my husband saying that he was going to the ER after a work related incident!
As you can imagine it scared the sh*t out if me! It turned out that Tyler has a concussion and will be on brain rest for the next few days!
He will be fine and he’ll be back on his feet before we know it but it did give me quite the scare!
Any time someone you love gets hurt it sends your whole life balance into a loop!
My post will not be very long today because I want to spend the day caring for him and make sure he’s doing better!
Please make a point to appreciate the special people in your life!
Love you all,
I hope you’re all doing well! In preparation for our honeymoon trip to Disney, we’re packing our carry-ons! Michelle did hers already, and she asked me if I wanted to do mine so I thought I would!
I travel a bit lighter than Michelle in most cases, but there are still some essentials that I need to take on the plane with me (In my lovely Marvel backpack).
First, I have my book to keep me entertained while on the plane. This is an absolute essential because more often than not you can find me reading! Currently, I’m reading Battle for Honor: Rebirth. I’ll recommend this to anyone who has a taste for fantasy books, it’s extremely well written and one of my favorite books so far!
Along with my book, I have my electronics. I have a phone charger because I never know when I’m going to need to charge my phone. I also have my Disney wristband so I don’t have to carry a credit card or anything else with me in the park. I’ve always liked this because i have a terrible habit of leaving things somewhere and forgetting where I leave them. I also have my Apple headphones for music, and just in case I don’t have an outlet to charge my phone I have my portable charger made by DYNEX! This thing works awesome and has saved my butt more times than i can count when I’m traveling for for work.
I have my sunglasses By Kreed so I’m not blinded by the sun, and some tissues Star Wars just in case!
But that’s what’s in my carry-on! Like I said, I don’t usually need much = but these are what I consider essential when traveling!
I hope you all are enjoying this gorgeous Sunday morning!
I wanted to let you know of something that I am extremely excited about!
In just 15 days Tyler and I will be boarding a plane to Disney world! And I’m taking you all with me!
I will be blogging everyday about what we have seen, what we have done, and basically my blog will be filled with magic for a week!
I will be covering everything from what rides we go on to where we plan to eat!
I hope you all join me for a week of Disney Magic! My first post will begin the 13th with the prep and the last post will be on the 19th with our flight home!
I’m so excited to share this adventure with all of you!
Love you all,
Hello Beautiful People,
This post will be different from my usual posts! I wanted to tell you all about my trip to queen Elsa’s castle yesterday!
Just kidding Elsa doesn’t live there LOL
Elsa lives in Arendelle, not New Hampshire. But it was a castle made of ice!
The ice castles are man made castles completely made from ice! They are able to build so much just out of ice! It’s the perfect outing for families, the kids will have a blast running through the maze and sliding down the slide! It’s also the perfect date for couples it’s so beautiful it most definitely sets a romantic mood!
The castle was beautiful! It was packed full of tourists attempting waiting in an hour long line to slide down a slippery slide of ice but it was beautiful!
Unlike Elsa the cold definitely bothered me! And I was disappointed that my snowman did not come alive and love warm hugs but I enjoyed myself anyways.
There were mazes of ice and a fountain of ice and a slide of ice and thrones of ice basically there was a lot of ice! It was nice!
Me and Tyler met Ashley, Joel and Melania at the castles yesterday and had so much fun! Although we did not enjoy waiting in the hour line for the slide we all enjoyed our selves!
We explored all areas of the castle, took tons of photos and ended the day with a hot cup of coco!
I have never been one for winter weather or the cold but I would recommend the ice castles to anyone! It’s a must see! And one of the most beautiful places you will ever see!
There are ice castles all over the country so I hope some of you get out and enjoy them like we did!
Hi everyone! My name is Tyler and I am Michelle’s husband! Michelle isn’t feeling well today so she asked me if I wanted to step in and write a little something for you all! A little about myself: I’m 21 years old, and I’m in my last semester of my undergrad studying sociology. I also work at a residential treatment facility for juvenile delinquents as a youth counselor, and hopefully plan to work there after I graduate. In my spare time I also stream video games to Twitch! If you’re interested you can find me at twitch.tv/ttrites
Michelle said I could write about pretty much anything today, so I decided to write about when to say no. One of the clinicians at work gave me some advice the other day that really stuck with me. She said “When it’s most difficult to say no, for whatever reason, It’s probably the most important time to say it.” This advice really hit home for me because in my line of work I need to set boundaries and enforce rules that the residents don’t always agree with. But, these rules are there for a reason, and they are being enforced for their own good.
I really believe that this advice is applicable to other parts of life too. Sometimes with things like peer pressure or other factors in life, it’s really hard to say no to things that you have a bad gut feeling about. Or you might know that it’s the wrong thing to do, but feel pressured to say yes for any number of reasons. It’s times like these where you’ll thank yourself later for going with that gut feeling, and keeping yourself safe.
Now don’t get me wrong, new experiences are what makes life exciting and sometimes really interesting. But if you get yourself into a situation where you really feel strongly that you should say no, you should! Follow your gut feelings, and trust in your own judgement.
I actually really liked doing this! From what I can tell you all are lovely people and I’m so glad Michelle can write for a community that is as nice as all of you! Hope to see you again soon!
I promised I would update you on my weekend trip!
My husband took me back to Connecticut! This is were we had our honeymoon! We went to a comedy show last night and spent today shopping!
He is so kind and romantic I feel blessed to have a husband like him!
I will post tomorrow when I have more time!
Love you all ❤
So today I want to write to you all about embracing what life has in store for and just going with the flow! I must admit this has always been a struggle for me I love planning!! I plan everything even a movie night at home…its planned!
But if my husband has taught me anything it’s that you can’t take life to seriously! If you are so wrapped up in planning everything then you will miss the adventure and end up disappointed!
I think that I am getting better at unwinding and just letting things happen. Since I’ve been doing this I’ve been able to just enjoy life so much more! I love when friends just show up at my door or a surprise road trip to where ever we decide to go!
This weekend my husband surprised me with a Valentine weekend trip! And I couldn’t be more excited! We are in the car now driving, I won’t know where we end up until we get there but I’m enjoying the ride!
I will keep you updated on my weekend! Follow my Twitter for updates! @inspirethegirl
Love you all ❤
P.S… I have not been kidnapped!