PopularPosted: June 26, 2013 Filed under: All's Well That Ends Well 4 Comments
I’m curious who has been reading the blog since I started writing about Christian. If you don’t know me personally, would you be willing to leave a comment or send me an email letting me know how you came across my blog?
Also, I found this really helpful article today about helping a friend after the loss of their baby. I might even toss in a “Give her movie tickets” because I looooooooove seeing movies in the theater now . . . weekly date night is my favorite.
And finally, I’ve been trying to limit my donut intake for the past few weeks – it’s extremely sad. Yesterday I was at the grocery store when the donuts were 3/$1, so of course I got 3, but I learned that I don’t enjoy that third donut anymore. Is 2 donuts a week unreasonable, or can I keep that up?
We’ve met once or twice, but Jarom’s the one I really know. I don’t comment much ’cause I don’t usually know what to say, but I’ve been heartbroken for you both, and have been following everything you write about Christian — at least, when I see the blog posts show up on Facebook. I hope that’s not too creepy for someone who doesn’t know you that well. Good luck with the donuts. And with the harder stuff.
Thanks for the article. It was good reassurance that somedays I’m on the right track. Glad we got to talk today if only for a couple minutes :)
I’ve been reading your blogs whenever you post links to them on Facebook. I enjoy your style of writing as well as your artistic talents. I’ve had friends who have had late term miscarriages, still births, and lost babies shortly after birth due to genetic anomalies, and my heart goes out to you, and I have been praying for you even though I don’t think we have ever met. I am married to your cousin Steven. Does that make us cousins-in-law?
I started reading your blog tonight. With tears streaming down my cheeks. My heart goes out to you. Thank you for your honesty. In the last hour that I have read you have changed me. Taught me not to take my life for granted. Prayers your way.