Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Interview with me :)

I love the interview that my bloggie friend Lara did with me. 
I will be glad if you read it:
It is in French (it is lovely to see my words translated to this beautiful language), added is also English version of the interview. 
It would make me very happy if you left a comment on bamp.fr website, so that we mix comments in French and English :)
I love the title of the interview:  Vivre sans enfant est-ce possible? Is it possible to live without children?
Dear Lara - thank you for taking time.
xo,
Klara


Sunday, March 1, 2015

BentnotBroken: NonAdoption Story

I am very happy to find another bloggie friend's NonAdoption Story:
http://bentnotbrokenblog.blogspot.com/2015/02/why-we-didnt-adopt.html

dear BentnotBroken: thank you for sharing your story with us!


Thursday, February 26, 2015

3rd of March: interview with Klara :)




For the last few months I was exchanging emails with an infertility survivor from France (she is one of the lucky ones, she is blessed with two kids now).

I really like her. And I liked her genuine interest in me. How does it feel knowing, that you wish kids more then anything in the word and not be able to have them. Ever. 

She realized that in France there aren't many stories out there (or blogs), about living (eventually) happily after infertility. So she decided to make an interview with me. 

I am looking forward to the 3rd of March when the interview will be published. I will post a link. 



PS: The photo of Lone Cypress was taken in October 2014, during our drive along Pacific Highway 1. I just love this tree! Did you know that this is one of the most photographed trees in North America?

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

My NonAdopting story

Some stories are not easy to write.
My NonAdopting story will be written and published in March.
I will let you know when I write it, so we can publish our stories on the same day.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Meet my country




If you ever wondered how does a country where I come from look like, watch this travel programme. 
My country is very beautifully portrayed here. 
If you haven't chosen your this year's destination for holidays, here is an idea :)

(may I add just something. Local tourist guide speaks about president Tito as a person with magical powers. He had no such powers. He was just a horrible dictator, responsible for 500,000 deaths). 




Saturday, February 21, 2015

The most important lesson of infertility: Life is unfair

Some weeks ago I got an email from a bloggie friend from France. I read the article and it just stuck with me, so I have to share it with you.

I could not write the comment more beautifully, so I am just quoting her:

"Here is an article I liked about thinking that life is fair: if you think that life is fair, then you have to blame the victims. So those who think that it's only fair that they got their babies will also think that those who didn't somehow deserved their luck (or lack of). The article has nothing to do with infertility but I think that it applies:"

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/oliver-burkeman-column/2015/feb/03/believing-that-life-is-fair-might-make-you-a-terrible-person




I love having bloggie friends from all over the world.
You make me think.
You make my world richer. Nicer. More interesting. Kinder. Nicer. Loving.
Thank you for being there.