Sometimes you just click...

So a few weeks ago I turned 27, its weird though because I don't feel like I'm in my late 20's. And according to the girl at the restaurant that Gary and I ate at while we were at Disney, I look like I am 17... So score for me.
A year ago, if you mentioned my age or reminded me that I'm not that far from 30, I would have freaked out. Seriously, it would have triggered a full blown anxiety attack. Why? Because the thought of turning 30 seemed so final to me... And then I met Laura. She changed my life.
She will probably hate me for doing this... But I have to put her in the spotlight for a few minutes. Love you girl!
Laura is amazing. She has changed my whole perspective on how I look at life. For a long time I felt like I didn't really have anyone that I felt comfortable with just dumping all of my.. well everything on them and they just took it and help me through it, (husbands can only do so much). Laura definitely stepped up to the plate and has helped me so much more than she probably knows.
We spend like everyday together, and if we aren't together.. you can guarantee that we are texting or even talking on the phone. I think we have only found like 3 or 4 think that we don't have in common.
When she first moved to the area, she bore her testimony about her infertility and everyone kept coming up to me and saying "you need to meet this girl Laura, she has infertility too..." 
Now I will say out of stubbornness, when we were introduced I kinda stuck my nose in the air. Yeah I know, I'm awful. I was determined that I wasn't going to be friends with someone just because we couldn't have children... it sounded ridiculous. And honestly, I was still trying to get over all of my losses. Then I was called into Young Women's at church, where she was already serving, and one of my first activities I went to was a devotional, Laura was sitting across the room and then the speaker said "Do you feel like sometimes you missed the blessing train?..." I looked up, and she was looking at me and shrugged her shoulders. I knew then and there that I had to go talk to her. I didn't know what I was going to say or if she was going to brush me off... I would have totally deserved it. Sounds like a love story lol. Well luckily for me... we clicked. We talked for hours that night, the next Wednesday at mutual we talked again for hours, and so on... I wasted 3 months all because I was being a brat. She has informed me that I will never live it down.
She has become my best friend. And because we walk this journey of infertility together, it makes life a little bit easier. We are able to have the same understanding how the other is feeling. Where others might say I am being bitter or overly sensitive, I know I have someone I can call on to help me feel better and tell me that I have a right to be upset with this trial.
I am so grateful that I have her. I am able to be myself, we have an amazing friendship... No judgments, just love and understanding. And of course, lots of laughs, funny looks, and using Pinterest to send each other the most accurate and funny meme's for life. I honestly don't know where I would be without her, she has made me a better person. 
I pity the person who would dare even try to tear us apart, or turn us against each other. It won't work.
I feel like I've known her for a very very long time... Friends Forever... 

So now, even though I don't know what the future holds... I know its going to be okay. I have some amazing people who have my back.

And I'm a day late... but with all that.... Happy National Best Friends Day Laura! Love you girl!