There’s a beauty I’ve seen in the eyes of a mother, Wordless beauty, aged in the newness of life– in sleepless nights newborn cries and pleas for wisdom, Years gone by– different mothers, same eyes. There’s a beauty I’ve seen in the eyes of a mother, A mirror of another, unknown before this day and … Continue reading eyes of a mother
I originally wrote this a year ago, recounting an experience I had the year previous. It was brought to mind today as I thought through the grief surrounding infertility and how it strikes at different times and in different ways. I’ve since added to the original post. With all things, I hope this is encouraging. … Continue reading Crying in the Bathroom
Just yesterday I had someone ask me how the trip to New York went and it took me off guard. When we returned from New York, I got really sick. It was the kind of sick where I didn’t want to move or eat or drink. My mind was consumed with getting better and back … Continue reading How’d it go?
My first year planting a garden I had a lot of carrots and it was very amusing. I didn’t thin enough when the seedlings emerged which resulted in carrots that looked more like living creatures rather than vegetables. Last year, I wrote about my excitement with starting a garden and of my anticipation to plant. … Continue reading Garden 2.0