Fresh Voices at Simply Better Birth

I’m happy to announce that Mary Gillet reached out to share my story on her website Simply Better Birth during Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Before starting Simply Better Birth, Mary was the education director at Magnolia Birth Center in Greensboro. It was the first free standing non-hospital owned birth center in town and … Continue reading Fresh Voices at Simply Better Birth

What We Learn As We Wait on God’s Healing

I was wishing for a fresh bouquet of flowers today but decided to make the best of what I had at home. I made this bouquet of flowers from an old arrangement and foliage in the yard. Only 3 roses and baby’s breath lasted from an old bouquet so I added fern cuttings from my … Continue reading What We Learn As We Wait on God’s Healing

Chronic Hope Part 5: The Eye of the Storm

If I were to be completely honest, I felt a lot of fear about joining Nancy’s Nook. I mean, if this group helped so many women, why was it still just a facebook group? Typically, you should be able to trust your doctors before strangers in facebook groups so I was skeptical of these “specialists” … Continue reading Chronic Hope Part 5: The Eye of the Storm

Chronic Hope Part Four: The Rising Flood Waters

There it was in Jacquita’s handwriting, almost leaping off the page to get my attention. I could feel my heart beating out of my chest and the hairs on the back of my neck standing at full attention. I immediately wrote down 1 Peter 5:10 in several different places to remind me to keep the … Continue reading Chronic Hope Part Four: The Rising Flood Waters

Chronic Hope Part Three: Torrential Downpour

I awakened to the sound of my alarm at 4am reminding me that today is surgery day. For everyone else it was just a typical Monday but for me it was the day I was going to find out if I can have children; it was the day that I would find out if I … Continue reading Chronic Hope Part Three: Torrential Downpour