The past week has been hard. I have cried. A lot. This is the reality of child loss, and of grief, and of trying to find a new normal during a season of life where nothing--nothing--feels normal anymore. Because life isn't how it should be. There is no fixing this. Losing Alexander will not ever be … Continue reading Sorry Not Sorry.
There are certain times of year that naturally push me to spend a bit more time reflecting than I spend doing. Those times of year tend to coincide with natural transitions--the turn of a new year, the change of seasons, and of course birthdays. This year, as I inch closer and closer to the three-decade milestone, I … Continue reading 30 Lessons In 30 Years (Part I)