Creating the Rainbow
A quick post of the latest happenings in this life of ever upward; the life of creating my rainbow
A Story the World Isn’t Ready For
I sit at the dining room table. The slightest glimmer of the rising sun brightening the sky outside the floor to ceiling window as I take the first drink of my yummy, albeit nutritious, breakfast smoothie. My usual songs of
Footprints Blog Tour: Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness
Join me and 14 other bloggers from around the country as we lead up to October 15th, 2016 with our Footprints Blog Tour. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan declared October as National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.
A Blessing Made Manifest
It took me about a year to dig my way out of the darkness that was left after our failed infertility journey. A year of working with my therapist, building and wrestling with my faith, truly taking care of myself
It’s Not, Just Have a Baby
I have also been honored with witnessing and guiding my clients through some of the toughest moral, ethical and relational decisions of their lives.
11 Easy Ways to Calm the F Down
As a true educator and mental health therapist I have a usual first recommendation for just about every single client and my loved ones: self-care.
It is because of you I notice every sunset and sunrise, see beauty in pain, feel with my whole being, believe in the unseen, give more than I ever have, seek the unknown, laugh with childlike wonder, walk with curiosity
A Review and Resource: The Two Week Wait Challenge
I met with fellow blogger and author Lindsay Fischer last week for lunch. Two hours later I walked away with a new friend, the knowing of a fellow warrior and a comrade in the trenches of being an author and blogger. In
knew a few months ago when I was interviewed by Mel of Momscast I knew it was my best interview to date. To get words like great vulnerability, humor and wisdom to describe my messages from some of my fellow bloggers and
Penned Musing: A Lot
Today's writing prompt felt like it needed to be shared. What if you stopped asking permission to be yourself and stopped apologizing for who that person is?