School is DONE! I am finally getting my BSN. For those of you who
don't know, I graduated with an Associate Degree in Nursing in 2009.
Four loooong years later, I am getting my bachelor's degree in nursing.
Chris is graduating at the end of May with his MBA. Life is good.
School was so wearing on both of us and now I am finally enjoying my
free time. Have I blogged? Of course not. I have been having a serious
case of writer's block lately, and besides that, I have been trying to
take a break from infertility. Meaning, I don't want to even write
about it. I have been commenting when I can, and still enjoy reading
blogs, but it has been nice, just being normal. No drugs, no doctor's
appointments. I don't know what the future holds for us, but I have a
few more weeks until we meet with the doctor and life will start to get
National Infertility Awareness Week is coming up, ya'll. In light of this, I have decided to write a different post everyday from April 21-27 of what it truly means to be infertile. (As if I don't do that enough already). This year's theme is "Join the Movement."
The goal of this year's theme is to bring together bloggers and talk about how we are making a difference in the lives of people who are experiencing infertility. I will be submitting my "Join the Movement" post to the Resolve website to be voted on for the Hope Award for Best Blog. The Hope Awards are presented at the Night of Hope Gala in New York. So writer's block be damned. I hope I can be inspired when the time comes. A girl can dream right? Right?
Labels: Infertility Awareness Week, Infertility education