Wednesday, February 20, 2013
The fault in our stars
"So what's your story" he asked.
"I already told you my story. I was diagnosed when-"
"No, not your cancer story. Your story. Interests, hobbies, passions, weird fetishes, etcetera."
One of best things in my life is friendship with my best friend Mattie. Her passion is buying and reading books in English that are on New York Times Bestseller list. I am always the first in the waiting list for her books (we share a bit of snobbism: yesterday we had a long conversation while driving to work how we do not understand people who read books originally written in English, translated in our language).
I started reading The fault in our stars yesterday and I just love it.
I just loved the quoted sentences from the book. In the last few years I let infertility to completely overwhelm me. My infertility became my life. But - I am so much more then that!
It is OK to loose 10 years because of infertility. But I am not willing to loose any day more.
Off to work... nice day in the office is waiting for me.