Mothering in Memoriam Posts

April 30, 2023 /

f you’re in Los Angeles, Peoria, Chicago, or San Diego and know a place that’ll let me sit in a corner and sign books for an hour or two while bringing in some business for them– I’m all ears. Otherwise, I’ll see you at a taco truck near you soon!

Read the PostHow I Broke the Bookseller

March 8, 2023 /
March 24, 2022 /

Hello, everyone. It’s been so long the WordPress interface has become user-friendly in my absence. They still won’t let you easily form emdash, however, so…

Read the PostHello, From the Other Side

April 25, 2022 /

You don’t need to know the right words to say; there aren’t any. There are endless ways to support a bereaved parent, none of which require you to “say the right thing.” Listening and acting on the information you glean from listening will always enable you to provide beautiful, necessary, and personalized support.

Read the PostHow To Support A Parent Who Lost a Child

October 21, 2019 /

If anyone needs a retreat, it’s the parent of an SUDC kid, but 0/10 parents want to be in a position to go to an SUDC Retreat.

Read the PostRetreat

March 24, 2019 /

If we can’t speak rationally to people who hold different beliefs than we do, then we have to face this truth: we are more interested in being right and having our beliefs go unchallenged then we are in finding and implementing solutions.

Read the PostWe All Need to Take It Down a Notch

May 7, 2018 /

I have had a couple of dreams about Alice since her death, but they weren’t the dreams I was hoping to have. You may think…

Read the PostThe Dream

July 13, 2017 /
April 25, 2017 /

Hello there. I’ve been quiet, I know.  So much going on, so little time to write. Plus, I have decided to write a book (gently…

Read the PostTesting, testing

December 5, 2016 /