I have been married for more than ten years already. While there is no perfect relationship in the world, I consider what my husband and I close to it. Yes, we do have petty fights and disagreements; we’ve experience ups and downs along the way. Nevertheless, we are very positive about everything that we have been through and charge it to experience. It is also a better way to get to know and understand each other more by seeing one another’s strengths and weaknesses. We always find ways to keep our love growing more each and everyday. We’ve face a lot of hardships along the way, one of which is the fact that we were having a hard time to conceive. It took us more than five years before we finally got pregnant. However, our faith was tested through that journey. On my third month of pregnancy, I experienced severe bleeding. I was crying the whole time as the thought of losing my baby scared me so much. I stayed in the hospital for a couple of days and I found comfort hearing the baby’s heartbeat at least four times a day. After a few medications, the bleeding stopped and we were sent home. I was put to bed rest for another 3 weeks then I was back to my normal routine. Little did I know that I will be facing another test of faith in a month. I was happily resting at home when I felt excruciating pain in my lower right abdomen. I was also vomiting though I thought it was still part of my morning sickness. I can’t bear the pain anymore so I asked that I be brought to the nearest hospital. After test results came out, the doctors confirmed that it was appendicitis and I needed to undergo an operation that same day as if it ruptures it will poison both my baby and I. I can still remember the feeling I felt that very moment. I was suffering from pain physically, emotionally and spiritually. But I know I have to brave through it all. When I was in the operating room, I remember telling my doctors to take good care of my little bundle of joy. As soon as I woke up, I asked about her they said she was doing well the whole time. After undergoing all these problems, I gave birth to a very healthy and beautiful baby girl. She was our sunshine and the love of our life.
You see, life is similar to riding a rollercoaster. There are ups, downs and all sorts of things that will try and test your faith, love and understanding of everything you’ve undergone. Nevertheless, the most important thing is that you look at the bright side and value the lessons you learned along the way.
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