What a year it has been, eh? The year many have called the worst year ever. And for many it truly has been. Yet as hard as it’s been for everyone, it’s like we’ve all gotten in collective agreement and declared 2020 the worst year ever, and in doing so, given our power away to […]
When our daughter was little, there were times when she was so out of sorts, I felt helpless in helping her. One day, I opened up to a friend and shared this with her. In return, she offered the suggestion of asking our girl the simple question – What do you need? That question became […]
Just about twenty years ago our daughter Andie arrived in the world, three months before she was meant to be born. I chronicled the entire journey in my memoir, Preemie. One chapter that stood out for so many readers was when I introduced the first doctor we’d see after Andie’s three month hospital stay. Readers […]
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Boy, there’s a lot happening in the world right now, hey? Years ago, as a new Mom (I always capitalize!) of two young children, one medically fragile, I dealt with anxiety on a pretty deep level. It got to a point where something had to give, and I ended up creating what I’d later call […]
I have a question for you? Is there a not-so-nice sentence or phrase you repeatedly say to yourself, or about yourself? Something that you just casually put out there without thinking a whole lot about it? Something like – I’m such a klutz…or I’m an idiot…or I have the worst luck…or Here we go again…or What have I done now? […]
I’ve been hearing from many of you lately that you’re feeling pretty tired. Tired of isolation. Tired of disruption. Tired of bad news. Tired of uncertainty. Tired of… You fill the blank. Yes, it’s a lot. And it’s exhausting… If we let it be. Because in the midst of adversity there is opportunity. Opportunity to […]