To The Mothers; Hope and Peace on Mother’s Day

Happy Mother's Day to you. Yes, you. For nine months you grew a tiny human being inside of you, but it's so much more than that. You nurtured your child every time you made the decision to forego that glass of wine and to eat healthy foods. You protected your child - at every doctor's … Continue reading To The Mothers; Hope and Peace on Mother’s Day

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In My Dreams

I obsess. That's what I do. Fear is something that is always a part of my life and I have struggled long and hard, for so many years, decades really, to not let it control me. Alas, it sometimes wins in the end. I have waited so many days, months, years, to see her again. … Continue reading In My Dreams

Mary, Did You Know?

While sitting around playing games on my phone the other day, my youngest daughter started to talk about her upcoming choir concert for school. She was excited to perform the songs they had learned and gave me a sneak peek of the upcoming show. When the preview was over she sighed and said, "Do you … Continue reading Mary, Did You Know?

‘Tis The Season – An SOS Call To Action

It's hard to believe, but the holidays are upon us! Saving Our Sisters has helped dozens of families stay together over the last 4 years. Helping mothers preserve their holiday traditions, by passing them on to their children, is just one blessing that SOS has been able to provide.  Which, is to say the least, … Continue reading ‘Tis The Season – An SOS Call To Action

Behind the Curtain: Jessalynn Bills Speight

There's an article going around from the Huffington Post. It's entitled, "How Do Women Feel After Placing Their Baby For Adoption?"  The article was written by Felicia Curcuru who is the co-founder and CEO of an organization called Binti which claims it "uses technology to improve the adoption process and encourage empathy and understanding among members of … Continue reading Behind the Curtain: Jessalynn Bills Speight