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Monthly Archives: August 2014
As this week bleeds into Labor Day weekend in the U.S., and I head out for another camping weekend, I turn back to Barbara Brown Taylor’s third piece of advice for becoming comfortable in the darkness: Unplug. Unplug all your … Continue reading
A beautiful post on the forever love we have for our lost children, courtesy of Painting the House Pink. Courage. Trust. Love.
I am still afraid of the dark. Less afraid of the metaphorical dark; I can allow myself now to think about my son and grieve and be okay with grieving. Last night during savasana in yoga (dimmed lights, peppermint oil, … Continue reading
No, really – and not just for me, but for the international babyloss community. In case you missed it, you can watch the ceremony here: (Sorry, my link button isn’t working today. I’ve been having some WordPress issues lately. Anyone … Continue reading
In light of my recent post on Victimhood vs. Survivorhood, this sentence from CarlyMarie’s article today on Still Standing really resonated. “I wanted to stop being a victim and so I became a survivor instead,” she says. She describes the … Continue reading
Last night, I inadvertently did challenge #1 and #2. So, #2 = Watch the moonrise. “It takes some planning,” cautions Elizabeth Dias, who wrote the Times article. “The moon appears on its own schedule.” That’s true, for sure. We went … Continue reading