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Sweet Memories

For Thanksgiving Day and Christmas morning, I used to get up really early to start making fresh cinnamon rolls and dinner rolls for my family on these very special days. 975 more words

Death Of A Child

Victoria & Her Nine Children

The documentary Victoria & Her Nine Children paints a detailed

Here’s a few things I learned:

  • After Albert died, the Queen asked for her youngest child Beatrice to be brought to her.
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Throwback Thursday: From Scars to Strength


By Carolyn Dale Newell

Cause me to hear Your lovingkindness in the morning,

For in you do I trust?

Cause me to know the way in which I should walk, for I lift up my soul to You. 366 more words

Jesus Christ

14 Weeks: What’s it Gonna Be? (or Cleaning Out)

Okay, I don’t like calling babies “it,” but I liked the title, so…

We wanted to know Haven and Nahum’s genders during their pregnancies and we definitely want to find out this time too. 553 more words

Pregnancy After Loss

2018: The Beautiful Awful

People posted their top nine moments of 2018 all over Instagram. My moments of the year are likely different than a lot of others. They are what I think of as the… 1,187 more words

Telling it how it is - a difficult blog

I’ve been trying to write this blog for a few weeks, but it’s been hard: partly because I just don’t have the time (you might have noticed how few and far between my blogs are these days!) and partly because it’s a tough and crappy subject to write about. 1,737 more words

Inside My Head

The Cancer Garden

Ode to my father,
Brian Buchel

My father had always been good at growing things. Plants, trees, tomatoes, cucumbers. Once he grew a grapevine, even though everyone told him that it wouldn’t live. 285 more words