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Originally posted on End of the Rainbow:
After the stillbirth of our twin sons, the church where Patrick serves as a pastor gifted him several weeks of bereavement leave – to recover, to mourn, to comfort his grief-stricken family, and…
Did you know that November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo, in common parlance)? Me neither, until I received an email from a creative writing studio here in Chicago, where I had taken a one-day “get yourself started” class a … Continue reading
Why You Didn’t Fail As A Mother, by Angela Miller. You may even wish to buy her beautiful book – you won’t regret it!
I’ve said it before, but it’s worth saying again: “Everything happens for a reason” is a harmful platitude that is simply untrue. Things happen, yes. Some people feel compelled to assign “reasons” as to why these things happen – fair … Continue reading
Below is a post from a friend of mine on FB, and my response. How did I do? I wanted to say so much more… The post (slightly edited for confidentiality): “Let me tell you a story about miracles, Gods … Continue reading
Recently, friends of mine had 24-week twins. One died shortly after birth. The other is doing well at almost 7 weeks old. I was so scared for them when I heard the twins were born so early. My heart sunk when … Continue reading