Wednesday, May 16, 2007

TO: Anonymous

First and foremost I want anyone reading this to know this is my blog, my thoughts and my feelings.

I do not know who left the "Anonymous" comment on my blog but I think you really misunderstood what my friend said. Since you have decided to remain anonymous I don't know who you are so I couldn't email you directly if I do know you. Please do not be offended by any of this I am just trying to clarify for you what you misunderstood. You are obviously a Mommy and are very blessed that you are. YOU DO NOT AND WILL NEVER understand the feeling of not being a Mommy month after month when you have wanted to be for so long. All she was saying (from experience) was there are a few Mother's out in the WORLD (NOT YOU) that take their children for granted and being a Mother. All she was saying is I will for sure appreciate my child, adopted or how ever it is some day that Chris and I have a child because it is so wanted. Without knowing what someone is going through please think about what you say or write before you do. Everyone has their own pains and struggles and this is mine.

2 comments:

Lindsey said...

Amen sista friend!!! Whoever anonymous is needs to understand that this has NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU!!!! Its pretty pathetic that you think it does and that you would try to take anything away from Taneha and Chris. Its funny that Taneha deserves more than anyone to have a baby and to feel that love that you obviously feel with your children as do I but instead of sympathizing you turn it around on you. I know I have taken my children for granted quite a few times but that is not what she was talking about. You need to spend more time with your children instead of having so much hate for someone and a situation that you aren't even involved in. Stay out of peoples business and lives if you have nothing mature or significant to say.

Kristin said...

Wow! Who knew that a comment which was meant to encourage, could bring out so the opposite response.

Anonymous, if you're still reading her blog (and now these comments), I want you to know, like Taneha said, I was speaking from my own experience, and observations of our world.

What I meant was it never ceases to amaze me when I watch the news or read stories on the Internet of mothers who either abuse their children, or do horrible, unspeakable things to them. You can't tell me that these women don't take their children for granted by treating them in a sense, just like discardable or non-valuable items.

I'm sorry if you were offended by what was said, but it sounds like you missed the point of the whole comment in the first place, which was to encourage Taneha and shore her up.