Saturday, October 4, 2014

Goodbye for five weeks




I am already counting the days until our holidays, so it is time to say goodbye to my blog for five weeks.

Does anybody know a good bed&breakfast between Morro Bay and Mendocino (part of our holidays is: renting a car and driving for 5 days along the Pacific)? Suggestions welcome at: klara.soncek (at) gmail.com 

We are flying to the USA exactly 11 years since the first time, since our honeymoon. It is amazing to think what a long path did we walk in the last 11 years. 

From newlyweds who found it a great idea to get pregnant on the honeymoon (we were joking that we will bring home an American baby). To having our hearts and souls  broken million times because of the dreams that never came true. To accepting our childless life. And - finally - to a couple who is happy to have each other and ready  for all the new adventures that life will bring.    

Dear P&A: can't wait to meet you both!! This is one of the silver linings of infertility.  11 years ago I didn't even think that one day we will have friends in the USA.

That's why I love life. It is beautiful and full of surprises. 




11 comments:

  1. So excited for your trip -- and very happy that our life paths have crossed. We will have a wonderful time and I know there will be much laughter and many new memories made. xo

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  2. Bon voyage, Klara and DH! Have a wonderful time. I haven't looked up where you'll be, but 19 years ago we drove down the Pacific coast, and stayed in a campsite with cabins in a forest. Waking up surrounded by huge tall trees and lots of beautiful blue birds was a delight.

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  3. Have a wonderful trip, Klara!

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  4. Have an awesome trip! Sorry, I haven't taken been in that area yet (maybe next September).

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  5. Have a great trip! I will email you privately in case you are visiting Florida. Enjoy every bit!

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  6. This is a very inspiring journey, both your life story and the trip to California. In 2007 I drove down the Pacific Coast. The Oregon Coast was particularly beautiful.

    Moise Mamouzette, MD
    Obstetrician-Gynecologist

    ps. This Blog is an inspiration to some of my patients who discover how to consider childlessness as an option. Thank you for sharing in this way.

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  7. Inspiring!
    In 2007 I drove down the Pacific Coast from Seattle to LA. The Oregon Coast was particularly beautiful. It's interesting that there has been an 11 year hiatus since you were in the US, When I toured the western US it came 13 years after I had originally planned to do so. I have no regrets stealing that time for myself to accomplish what became an epic road trip. You go girl!

    Moise Mamouzette, MD
    Obstetrician-Gynecologist

    ps. I applaud you for sharing your story. It is an inspiration to patients I work with who are embarking on a journey, which differs from their expectations, which may have been cherished for years. There is a process involved. There can also be a reward, that of obtaining the unexpected in the act of letting go. Bon voyage, safe return.

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  8. Hope you are recovering from your jet lag. The house seems so quiet without you & M.

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