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02/23/2010

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We're all crossing our fingers for you Sarah, in this and all areas.

I don't know if I'd call it lucky...I get the feeling it's more of a what-goes-around-comes-around kind of thing. I don't know you, really, except what I read hear, but somehow I just know that you are all those E words to the people in your life and now they have the chance to give it right back.

I have to agree with what Liz said.

You didn't/don't have to share this journey that you are on with anyone. Let alone perfect strangers roaming the web. But you have put yourself out there and I think people respect that.

You come across as such a "real" person and I think that makes me want to see you succeed and get everything that you desire.

If I were a single woman in your position and came across your blog...you would be a Godsend. Any woman who wishes to be a mother should always have the opportunity to be one.
You'll be a great one! Plus, we midwest gals have stick together! :-)

Thrilled, indeed. Enough to let you have a good wallow every now and then.

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