Author Archive for: antonella

  • floto
    April 8, 2015 0

    Pregnancy Diaries – August 10th

    Pregnancy Diaries – August 10th   I feel as if I received a death and life sentence at the same time. Death to all that was and a new life coming. I’m not even quite dead yet, neither am I really reborn. I can not say I have many illusions. It was not easy until now and certainly will not become easier. That’s good, since life is a good t...

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  • diário
    April 8, 2015 0

    Pregnancy Diaries – August 8th

    Pregnancy Diaries – August 8th   It’s morning time, I decide to go downtown and get some money. I take this opportunity to get into a drugstore and buy a pregnancy test.   The most recent time I did this was a few months ago. My period was delayed for a few days. I bought the test, went to a public toilet and did not tell anybody abou...

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  • diary1
    January 13, 2015 0

    Pregnancy Diaries – Introduction

    Preganncy Diaries – Introduction (july 2014) I’m not sure when it all began. At age 42, I knew that soon I would no longer be able to be a mother. Florencio and I spent years talking about the pros and cons of the possbility of having children. For us, there were far more cons than pros. However, it was also like this when we decided to get married ...

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  • blog
    December 31, 2014 0

    Reflections on the New Year

    2014 was a difficult year for me. Of course, our vision is always limited and we tend to see our pain myopically, without seeing our past sorrow nor the pain of others. Still, this does not make it less real. Pain hurts, period. Every great pain, whether emotional or physical, brings a death and a possible rebirth. I think I went through a kind of death an...

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  • blog
    November 5, 2014

    Welcome to my new website – Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    When I finished high school in Germany, the only dream that really excited me was writing and traveling. At the time, I thought I would do that for a year and then come back with the ability to answer the old question: “what will you be when you grow up?”. The only problem was that I was already well grown and everyone expected that I knew what...

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