Monthly Archives: July 2014

anger…

I’ve not long come in from work. I came home to an incredibly scary email. It was from a lovely blog reader (hello!) who’s been reading my rants over the last few days. She is going through the mill herself, … Continue reading

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Dennis…

So after a long couple of weeks, mourning the death of my unborn child, and a precious, beautiful one year old little friend in Gaza, I decided to share the stories of children we can actually do something about, now.  … Continue reading

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today…

I don’t know what to say. So many questions, so few answers. There’s an ache in my heart and an ache in my soul. It was never meant to be like this. And I want to cry and scream and … Continue reading

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glimpses of grace…

So today I went for a scan. After an incomplete miscarriage (google it, I’m not explaining the details!), essentially, it’s to check eveything is well – gone. It’s been a long day. In my head, all day, has been one … Continue reading

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letter to a daughter…

My darling ittle girl, Just read that again, ok? You, dearest daughter, are my delight.I love you. I knew you before anyone else, when you were still being made in the womb, and I rejoiced in you. I still do. … Continue reading

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Jessie…

Ok, two warnings before I share this story. The first is – this isn’t a pretty one. So you might want to make sure you’re in a safe place before you read it. The other is to say that I’m … Continue reading

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a tale of two children…

Right. I have had a thought (don’t faint, all of you – it happens every once in a while).. The last wek, I’ve purposely been trying to carve out space to mourn and to grieve. And I’m glad of it, … Continue reading

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