In true "start-as-you-mean-to-go-on" fashion, I went for a run today. This happens every New Year's Eve. I dust of my sneakers and vow that THIS will be the year I stick with it. And not just running. I have a list. If I showed you my diary entries from December 31st for the last dozen or so years, you'd see the same dozen or so items on this list. I'm sure I'm not the only one who writes a "how I'm going to be a better human" list once a year. (tell me I'm not!?)Read More
I wonder if I should send him to bed hungry so he knows what an empty stomach feels like. I wonder if I should return the brown paper packages tied up with string (and blue Amazon Prime tape) piling high on my dining room table. Would an empty stocking on Christmas morning teach him the lesson I am so desperate for him to learn in this moment?Read More
In gratitude for everything I've learned from my own grieving process, and because the holiday season can be hard enough when grief is a constant companion, I've decided to offer my e-course for free. If you or someone you know has suffered from a miscarriage, please share the link to my course (www.aninvitationtogrieve.com) so that they might find some solace in knowing they are not alone.Read More
I went to see Ann Patchett last night at our local bookstore. I didn't have a ticket, and the event was sold out, but lucky for me, I was number one on the standby list. The nice man from Boswell told me that he had asked Ann Patchett herself if it was OK if he let me in and she said "he'd better."Read More
I've decided to put the "write what you know" advice to good use.
For the past few months I've been working on this project and I'm very pleased to finally launch my new E-Course: An Invitation to Grieve: Healing After a Miscarriage.Read More