October has been so jam packed, I haven’t even had time to blog about it! First and foremost, we have two winners of the newly released book Sunshine After the Storm: A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother. Congratulations to Michelle N. and Kelly M.
I appreciate everyone who participated in the October 15th linkup for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. It is an important day for us to have the opportunity to discuss the topic especially since so many of us have been and will be impacted by the loss of a pregnancy or an infant.
The last month has just been an absolute whirlwind. I went to Washington, DC as an advocate for babies for the March of Dimes and participated in advocacy day on the Hill. So cool. I’ve got a whole post coming on that topic!
We finally buried our sweet Kathryn and had a very lovely burial service for her… again, the topic of a full post.
We dedicated a bench to sweet Kathryn in Kathryn’s Butterfly Garden at the HMP Memorial Garden.
I launched two books!
The Mother of All Meltdowns and Sunshine After the Storm: A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother. Both books are doing very well and are in the top of the Motherhood Category! (And MOAM is on sale today for 99cents!!!)
And… certainly not least, JD and I celebrated our 10th Anniversary with a trip to the Georgia Wine Country.
We had a lovely weekend and even got to go to Oktoberfest in Helen, GA. It was very lively!
So now I have a ton of catching up to do after such a crazy hectic month! A good month. Full of ups and downs, family in town, love, friendship and fellowship.
I feel quite hungover from all of the activity… and a bit overwhelmed with all that has to be done to catch up now!
Don’t forget to check out (you can literally lend the ebook and Amazon has a free Kindle reader app!) Sunshine After the Storm.
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