Monthly Archives: March 2015

I’m still here

I feel like I’ve hit a dry spell when it comes to this blog, and to some extent, commenting on others’ blogs (though I still read and “like,” the lazy person’s method). I’m not sure why; part of it was … Continue reading

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Sharing our pain / Olive trees

In a recent sermon about the Garden of Gethsemane, one of our pastors detoured to talk about the olive trees that grow plentifully there. She said: “The Garden of Gethsemane has some of the oldest olive trees in the world at … Continue reading

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Born irresponsibly

I’ll apologize in advance that I’m feeling super-judgey again today. But I keep seeing commercials for this show, and it’s driving me BATSH*T CRAZY. Have you seen them, for Lifetime’s new series “Born in the Wild?” In case you haven’t, … Continue reading

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In gratitude for good moderators

Since last June, I have been following a post on Glow in the Woods asking for success stories for pregnancies post-placental abruption. I keep hoping there will be a story like mine, and then a success (no luck yet). I’m hoping … Continue reading

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Spa Day!

So my Spa Day was this weekend! It really was such a nice treat. I asked K to take some professional-style photos of my afterwards so I could update my LinkedIn, FB, Twitter, etc. with something more recent (I think … Continue reading

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The church and trauma

God and the church are touchy subjects in the babyloss community (really, in every community, amirite?). I bristle whenever I hear someone trying to make themselves feel better by telling a babyloss mom that “It was God’s will” or “God … Continue reading

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A love sonnet for Anderson

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