Gosh, I haven't blogged in a while. I guess I haven't needed to. Believe me, I've wanted to. I've thought about it over a dozen times. I've wanted to share how grief does evolve and you really start to feel ok. But, when I would sit down to write such an uplifting post, it just … Continue reading Brave and Strong but Broken
To my sweet girl.... I knew you were my girl at the 20 week ultrasound. December 4, 2006 to be exact. On that cold, dark evening Daddy and I went to the appointment after work. I remember the tech so clearly telling us it was you...our sweet pea. Little did I know who you would truly … Continue reading 10 years
So, let me understand, you didn't lose a child but yet you are upset and make it about you? how does that work?
A friend's child may be getting a fatal diagnosis today. I have been through death but I'm still processing this one. And finding perspective and hoping you do too.
You stepped up...again. You didn't forget and with you I wouldn't be surviving.
Loss is greater than just missing you. It is all the messy, emotional feelings that come with it.
Your diagnosis, your life - it wasn't want we knew or planned but your life in 7 years was an amazing teaching lesson. Now, 2 years later and your 2nd birthday without you here we still miss you beyond words.
Helpless - fixing seizures, the aftermath of death and the law
Lately, I've been following the journey of two country singers that have in recent years really risen to the top. I wish I had known about them before but I listen to all genres of music and don't really focus on one. What drew me to them was the accounts of their love. A true, … Continue reading I can imagine
When something bad happens you think it is the worst thing in the world...but is it really?