I haven’t quite figured out how to re-route traffic to my new blog location…. so just so you know, there’s a new post up. HERE
So tomorrow I say good-bye to my uterus. Seems like in this season of “getting rid of what no longer serves me,” my uterus has decided to join the party. A few months ago, I started to notice some odd changes in my body. I chalked them up to splurging on gluten, peri-menopause and a… Continue reading Good Bye Uterus and Other Changes
Kindness must be taught. Let’s face it, our kids are “tiny humans” just learning how to do this thing called life. If this momma, who has been around for almost 50 years, still struggles with being kind when others are less than kind or when I’m just plain tired and grouchy, then my “tiny humans”… Continue reading FIND YOUR KIND
Originally posted at Still Standing Magazine On August 22nd at 2:00am I tucked three of my four youngest children in bed, watched my teenagers close their bedroom doors, and walked into an empty bedroom where a little boy should have been sound asleep, but his body was in a hospital morgue. I walked to my… Continue reading Still Standing After Two Years
As I flip the calendar each year to August, my stomach drops. Mattie died on August 21, 2014. School started the next week, though our lives did not carry on as normal. So for the past two years, the back to school swirl is a bit muddled for me. It is muddled with memories of… Continue reading Back to School and the Grieving Heart
I’ve begun writing for Crazy Good Grief as part of my partnership with Paula Stephens. This post was originally published on the CGG blog. I remember the day I clicked on the link to an article on grief that I saw in my Facebook feed. I was raw in grief, deep in the thick of… Continue reading The Goodness of Grief
He lashed out at me over something silly, a granola bar. He screamed and kicked and said really horrible things to me. His words took my breath away and I walked away for a minute to inhale. Moments later, I walked back in and sat down low, near but not too close. And I waited.… Continue reading Does She Miss Me?