Tuesday, 2 March 2010

I have a very important favour to ask

Could you hang on to hope for me?

Only for a little while. Not too long.

It's just that I can feel it slipping from my grasp and I need to keep it in some safe hands while I do a bit of essential maintenance to my optimism tank, untangle my stress wires and buff up my zen bumpers.

I'd be ever so grateful.

And thank you, thank you for your words of encouragement and solidarity yesterday.  It helped. A lot.



27 comments:

  1. Got it. Holding tight. Collect it when you are ready. I'm just polishing it up for you so its shiny when you get it.
    Hugs xxxx

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  2. I have hope for you and i will hang onto it for as long as you need me too. I know that soon enough you will be back to claim it. ((HUGS))

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  3. Typing with my elbows so I can hold it with both hands. All yours when you need it.

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  4. I am holding on tight to the balloon strings of hope, and I am ready to send them floating your way when you're ready to take them on again. For now, let them go and know they are in safe hands.

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  5. Have iron grasp on hope for you.

    xoxo

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  6. Holding tight.

    Hang in there honey.

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  7. I'm holding on for you too Barbara. xx

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  8. Oh Barb.

    I just read your last post. I wish I had something helpful to give you.

    I will never let go :) xxx

    Love you xxx

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  9. Love and hope being sent your way in Abundance. (((HUGS)))

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  10. Holding on tightly for you. xo

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  11. Holding it. Hang in there. xx

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  12. Holding on ever so tightly for you.
    xoxox

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  13. I'm here too, holding on xx

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  14. ((hugs)). i am holding onto hope for you.

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  15. Of course. Holding Hope tightly for you...

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  16. Holding it so tight for you, Barb, and not letting go. xo

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  17. Holding on for you Barbara. Good luck with essential maintenance. Much love xo

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  18. Holding on tight as ever and keeping it safe for you....and always thinking of you!
    xoxo,
    Marian

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  19. Hi Barbara

    I have read your blog for quite a while but am a lurker rather a commenter (apologies!)

    First, I am so so sorry that you are without George. *hugs*.

    I would be honoured to look after some hope for you.

    I just wanted to let you know that I know how it feels to get unwelcome news from the fertility people. (I was told that many IVF clinics wouldn't treat me because of my FSH/LH/E2 numbers, basically because there was such a low response/success rate.) Anyways, I did a number of things (nothing too strenuous or weird!) and although it took some time, these seemed to work for me. I don't want to bore everyone here with them, but would happy to share if you think it might help?

    Please don't give up all hope.

    Lots of love

    xx

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  20. Holding hope with both hands. As tight as I can.

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  21. Holding on and not planning to let go!

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  22. holding onto hope for as long as you need me to~and sending lots of love and hugs your way

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  23. Here, a little behind the times but holding you! Xxx

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