Do you ever feel like doing the smart thing would be the wrong thing, if only because the smart thing makes your spouse feel undermined? I'm not always sure that conceding is right, but sometimes it's worth it.
Typing long and hard, frustrated key-strokes when I'm upset allows me to unravel without being unraveled. The soft, romantic notions of typing out a story of a love I thought I once had allows me to understand the emotions I had as a seventeen year old girl. Typing just comes so much more easily to me than the long strokes of writing. I like it better, and I know it may be a generational gap - but typing for me just makes way more sense.
Salutations! A few weeks ago I wrote a blurb about being going through some complications with my pregnancy (click here to read the original!) Anyway I just wanted to give you all a quick update: I haven't had any problems or bleeding since the day after the initial appearance. I have had quite a rousing … Continue reading Tiny Human-Tiny Living: An Update
I called my midwife, Nancy, as I was still sitting on the commode – my phone was handy, and I didn't trust my legs to support me should I lose what little resolve I had– so I was just sitting there, staring at the patch staining my nighties.
When you trust God so completely to do things on your timing and at your request, you’re not trusting God. When you rely on God to answer your prayers exactly when you ask them and how you want them to be answered, you’re not relying on God to be God, you’re relying on God … Continue reading When God Answers Prayer, But Not The Way We Wanted
Up to this point in our brief time together, I have not given a proper introduction to who I am – which has more to do with the fact that I hate introductions, but I think it’s time to introduce you to myself. I realize that in most cases the initial post is the introduction, … Continue reading Morgan: A History