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Locations in the Mapping of Meaning

In my efforts to ground and attend to my experience and express it with honesty (see Opening the Hand) I have developed a map of locations – realms of the process that have risen as prominent regions within the difficulty, effort, grief, growth and procession of engaging dramatic change…  You can view it here:   160 more words

Experimenctes

HE LIVES!

Indeed, He does live!  Have a blessed Easter filled with lots of joy!


He Lives!

I serve a risen Savior, He’s in the world today;

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Grief

Mixed blessings

Just like all big occasions, Easter isn’t the same without Abi here. The girl who loved chocolate, egg hunts and holidays.

This is our second Easter without Abi, and while we’re keeping it low key again, this year I didn’t cry when I contemplated which chocolates to buy my other children so I suppose that would be considered ‘progress’. 185 more words

Living With Grief

I'm not okay today

Her having a new girlfriend hurts. I am glad I got out of the relationship and I would never think of ever going back, but the thought of there being someone new is a bitter pill to swallow. 174 more words

Big M's Quad Screen

Up until this point my pregnancy with Big M had been perfectly normal. We were already going to get baby checked out for heart defects because of family history. 442 more words

Let Go of the Hands that Drag You Down

On this Special Easter Day, we remember that Christ walked out of the tomb to overcome death and erase the power of sin in our lives. 1,741 more words

Grief

Save Me Time (matters arising)

In 2012, seven years after Liam’s death, The American Academy of Pediatrics published an article which concluded that the use of human donor milk had a significant impact in reducing the risk of necrotizing enterocolitis. 412 more words