Holding the weight of more than one grief

My brother died a year ago today. I am sad for many reasons. I really don't have much else to say. I guess that's the nature of being sad. It makes you quiet. The "if onlys" and "should haves" and "I wish-es" hang heavy like a weighted blanket, but I push them back and resolve... Continue Reading →

Mother’s Day for the broken

I became a mother in 1995 after 23 exhausting hours of labor that resulted in a caesarean section. Our firstborn entered the world as traumatically as he left it just 16 astoundingly short years later. Matthew was born 6 days shy of our two year wedding anniversary. I had been told I would never be... Continue Reading →

Joy for your weekend

If you don't get these weekend posts, you should! #soulfood https://annvoskamp.com/2022/03/only-the-good-stuff-multivitamins-for-your-weekend-3-26-2022/ Two of my favorite links from the post: https://blog.iamsecond.com/lessons-from-a-modern-shepherd?utm_campaign=later-linkinbio-iamsecond&utm_content=later-25624379&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkin.bio Lessons from a Modern Shepherd Press 3 for a pep talk from kindergartners. A new hotline gives you options for joy: https://www.npr.org/2022/03/06/1084800784/peptoc-hotline-kindergarteners Blessings, Angie

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