Still here

4 Dec

Don’t worry I am still alive. I know, You really weren’t worried at all. You see me over-posting on Instagram all day every day. I got through October and finished the fundraising and have been trying to settle back into real life and catch up around the house and it’s just been, well, nuts. And [...]

The We Remember You Raffle!

19 Oct

We are just SO excited about this raffle. There are many amazing prizes and, of course, all the proceeds go to getting Cards into the hands of women experiencing the loss of a baby. There are nine prize baskets ranging in value from 70-over 600.00 in prizes. All of this is wonderful, but if we [...]


15 Oct

When Worship Pastor Johnny Vogt and his wife, Julianna, miscarried their second child in March of 2010 Johnny watched as his wife expressed her grief through her blogging. He saw how it touched others and helped Julianna heal. He turned to songwriting to find a way to express what the loss of their child, who [...]

Kyndl’s Story: For the One

10 Oct

“What do you think? If a man owns a hundred sheep, and one of them wanders away, will he not leave the ninety-nine on the hills and go look for the one that wandered off?”- Matthew 18:12 When I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to be a mother. It was ingrained in [...]

The Memory Card Project 2013

5 Oct

  One in four women will experience the loss of a child. That’s over two thousand women per day in the US alone. For many of us, that is more than a statistic… it’s our story.     Thousands upon thousands of women will lose a child this year, yet because it’s something that is [...]

Be a part of something Beautiful

25 Sep

October 15th is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss remembrance day and I’ve been given a unique opportunity to create something beautiful as part of how I honor the babies/parents touched by babyloss in addition to the walk I am organizing. A babyloss Dad who is a singer/songwriter has given me permission to use his song, [...]

Baby Steps

14 Sep

The greatest ongoing struggle in my personal life over the last 15 years has been disordered eating and eating disorders. Namely, food addiction and Bulimia. There have been many layers of this nasty little combo that have been healed and a lot of behaviors that have lessened and become more sporadic but the deeper issues [...]

facts and Truth

29 Aug

In most every hard place in our lives we will have a choice between the facts and the Truth. Sometimes in my own life it’s hard to reconcile the facts with the Truth. Impossible even. In my hard places where I am ground down into dust and my heart aches like it’s broken I can [...]

No-Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

5 Aug

Today I took a little nap and I woke up thinking about these delicious No-Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies that I used to make as a kid. I had a little cookbook full of recipes deemed safe enough for a 9-10 year old kid to make alone. The recipe for the cookies was very easy [...]

When second chances are actually twohundredandfiftysecond chances

2 Aug

I just got done having a serious talk with my almost-13 year old. (Oh Lordy do I feel old, my son is almost a teenager) He had a really hard time wrapping his brain around what I was telling him, but I’m finding it to be true. It was normal kid stuff. His little brother [...]