The Waiting

” In the waiting, we come to know ourselves more deeply: who we really are, what we hope for, and who we’ll become.” Grok Nation published a short piece of mine yesterday. It’s about the waiting we do as women in different seasons of our lives, feeling blindsided, and finding camaraderie. Click here to read it in full.

2 thoughts on “The Waiting”

  1. Hello Julia, I read your piece. Beautiful, as usual. I know your experience. I was completely through with menopause by age 42. I too experienced the grief you described. I married at 37, never had children, and thought I didn’t really want any. But up until then, it had been my choice to not have them. Now it was out of my hands and I was sad and a little angry at God. I felt like God had taken the option away because I would not have been a good mom. It was a difficult time. Blessings as usual. D

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