I’m sitting here with my best friends. This isn’t rare, I sit with them every night. At this moment, though, we are face to face (instead of computer to computer). As Tiff says, “Our profile pictures are moving,” and it’s glorious. Not all of us are here, though. There are holes…empty chairs. One of those chairs should be filled by this incredible, lovely woman who I am so honored, so privileged to know. As a favor to me (because I ask for what would most benefit you), please read what she has to say about womanhood and humanity. Ashley, we love you, and we can all relate so deeply and so tearfully to what you have artfully poured out today.
A few of you have asked for a direct link to my interview with Paul Nison. So, just for you, here it is. Tweet
(You’re almost one in this picture, but Mommy is still frantically searching her drives for your baby pictures.) Tweet
If you’ve hopped over from my interview with Paul Nison, welcome! I’m so glad to have you! Have a look around, feel free to contact me, and please grab a copy of Renee’s book while you’re here: Everything Old is New Again: A Jewish Midwife’s Look into Pregnancy and the Feasts of Israel Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook! Tweet
Clearly, this was not the work of the boys. Happy 4th birthday to “P”! Tweet
When I was seventeen, I had a dream. And I know, now you’re expecting something brilliant to follow. Well hold on, y’all. I was a resident of the planet Mars. I had pink hair, but not like now. It was entirely pink and bright and very short. Everyone around me had similar hair, actually. Not a brunette or a blond in the doughnut shop. Yes, I said doughnut shop. Did I mention that I was [...]