Don’t Give Up Five Minutes Before the Miracle Happens

Miracles happen every day. Life itself is a miracle. But most of us ignore the everyday ordinary miracles in life.


Don’t give up five minutes before the miracle happens

I talk a lot about my suicidal ideation in this blog and there were plenty of times that I wanted to give up in life and kill myself. But when I was in recovery, I heard someone say, “Don’t give up five minutes before the miracle happens.” This statement really had an impact on me. After I heard this, I became curious about my future and decided I wanted to stick around to see what was going to happen in my life. I waited many, many years for the love of my life to come around and he finally did when I turned forty. I waited my whole life to have a baby and I finally did when I was 47 years old. This baby was my one true miracle in life.


The Miracle in My Life

When I was 42 I had a miscarriage. Shortly after that I went to a fertility doctor who told me that my best bet of having a baby was to get an egg donor! I was apalled. When I was in graduate school I made a vision board which had a picture of my ultrasound from when I had my miscarriage and also a picture of myself as a toddler. I put the vision board by my bed where I would see it every day. And would you believe I got pregnant — naturally, I might add — at the ripe old age of 46!


Vision Board of Baby Faith

A True Miracle

I Googled the odds of getting pregnant at the age of 46. The results showed that there is only a 3 to 5 percent chance of getting pregnant at 46. And then the odds of having a successful pregnancy are 0 to 1 percent. Like I said, Faith is a true miracle. I am so blessed to have her in my life and be her mother.

What miracles are happening in your life?

What miracles are happening or have happened in your life? Please feel free to share. I would love to hear them!

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