I’m still here…

Wow… It’s been a while… I owe you a huge appology for going AWOL for so long. I’ve been asked if I had given up, if I would ever finish my fanfictions. I just want to let you know that I haven’t giving up on writing, that I plan on completing Dead Briefs Tome 2 and then go on with Tome 3-4-5-6 and 7. Unfortunately life decided to put several road blocks in my way…

As I said in one earlier post, I went through several AI in the hope of getting pregnant. After six unsuccesful attempts and a battery of tests, my fertility specialist found that my fallopian tubes had been seriously damaged, probably caused by my Crohn’s Disease. He suggested IVF, but since it is no longer covered by the Quebec governement and that I don’t have the $6000 CAD to pay for that yet I decided to take a break. I mean, I’m still quite young and I’m hopeful that one day I will get to have my own baby.

The other major reason for my long absence… My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and, since my sister had already moved out with her boyfriend and my brother left for college, I moved back in with my parents in order to help her during her treatments. I’ve sublet my house, packed my cat and I’m currently back in my childhood bedroom. Mom is doing good, although most of the time I think she’s putting on a brave face so we don’t worry. But I do worry…

So, I’m not gone and I haven’t forgotten you. I’m just away for a while.

Lara K.

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8 thoughts on “I’m still here…

  1. Glad to know you’re still around! Cancer sucks, though. Reevaluating dreams sucks, too. Very best wishes for your mom, and yourself…just don’t forget to live while your life is in a holding pattern. All steps forward count. Good luck, and hope to hear more from you soon.

  2. Good to hearing from you and sorry things have been challenging on more than one front… I hope they do look up soon and meanwhile, your fanfic fans will patiently await news… Very best wishes….

  3. i have been where you are both with the child (I finally had mine) and mother with Breast cancer. Its a long road to hoe. I supported my mom and pot was our friend to get through the chemo.

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