From the Author
It was not a simple pregnancy. I had to go through IVF treatmentsand to get daily injections to sustain it. Everything was seemingly right on thatday when I got to the clinic, but deep inside I knew something was wrong.
I sat down on the table and the ultrasound technician beganthe examination. After a few seconds she told me: "ma'am, what are you doinghere? You're not even pregnant!"
I left the clinic with sore red eyes, and I knew that I won'tever come back there.
For five years and half now, my life does not revolve aroundfertility clinics. My son has no brothers or sisters. I haven't had any morechildren.
But I had two books.
I Hope to have some more in the future.