I remember people saying to me all the time, in reference to my son’s intense and constant care, “You are so amazing! I don’t know how you do it!” I would think to myself, “I’m not amazing. I’m barely alive!” I did not feel brave and strong. I felt like a shell of a person—I…
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Do you feel like you have lost control of your life’s direction? Have the circumstances in your life caused you to feel overwhelmed and stuck in personal unfulfillment? Do you have a quiet heartache or sadness that you feel you will never break free from?
What is it about Mother’s Day that calls out to me, “Come to the hospital. You need to go to the hospital. Don’t you want to go to the hospital on Mother’s Day?” Over the last several years I think I have spent a good four or five years of Mother’s Day Sundays driving to…
Val came home late Friday from having an MRI at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. In the days since then, I’ve been trying really hard to control my emotional response to the latest news we’ve learned about his heart’s condition. It’s not awful news but it’s not great either. We still have to wait for more information…