Monday, March 29, 2010

Den 27. marts....March 27

Idags tank: Hver ny begyndelse kommer fra anden begyndelses slut.

Today's thought: Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end....

I lørdags lavede jeg krebsehaler quesadillas.
Vi tog Albert med til hundeskov.
Og vi så filmen "The Bone Collector".
Ingen af disse er tingene jeg har forventet at gør på den 27. marts 2010.
Fordi det er dagen lægen har fortalt os at vores baby skulle blive født....
Men ting sker.
Ting ændrer sig.
Og ting er ud fra vores kontrol.
Men Mads og jeg beholder til tanken at sige "hver ny begyndelse kommer fra anden begyndelses slut."
den 28. marts 2010 gav os en ny begyndelse efter en kapitel i vores liv lukkede.

On Saturday I made crawfish quesadillas.
We took Albert to the hundeskov.
And we watched the movie "The Bone Collector".
None of these things, however, were the things that we had expected to do on March 27, 2010.
March 27, 2010 was the day the doctor said our baby would be born.
But things happen.
Things change.
And things are out of our control.
But Mads and I are holding onto the thought that says: "Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end."
So March 28, 2010 gave us a new beginning as this chapter in our life closed....


Corinne said...

You are so very positive, Kelli. It's sad to think of what could have been, but you and Mads are so strong. I hope this new chapter will be wonderful for you both.

BABS said...

The thing about grief though, is that it comes in waves. We can think we are doing alright but then a tender stream will open up and we will be delicate while we navigate through it.

It is alright to weave the love and longing of our loss into the threads of our daily life to come. What else is closure? This may strike a negative key to some, but what i have learned is that when we feel loss, we also feel love. Loss is an integral part of our lives, coming to terms is the hardest moment.

Life goes on, we pick our way through the days, following our stars and the heart takes care and carries what we cannot forget.

Caution/Lisa said...

Oh, that hurts deeply, doesn't it? I'll be praying for you this week.

Dad said...

Sometimes things in this world seem so out of control. As you hold on to the thought about new beginnings...hold on to your Viking. Together you can make it - lean on each other and try to count your blessings everyday as they are many. My prayer is that time will heal your hurts. Love ya.

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Rachel said...

I'm keeping you & Mads in my prayers. I'm so glad Albert is there to make you smile everyday with his never ending "hundeskov requests." And I know Emmitt can make you smile while he lounges around your place as you workout on your elliptical.
Continue to be positive & strong! You're surrounded by lots of people all around the World (and animals) that care about you! *hug*

LadyFi said...

It hurts, but I'm so glad that you're looking to the future with hope.

Mandy said...

Big hug from me to you and mads.xx