Daughters, Dolls, and Doctor Who

Today I am sharing another post from the archives of posts written from the throes of motherhood. My writing community was the saving grace for me then and I continue to be thankful as I remember the support and encouragement I received trhough this particular community during those years. I am trying to find theContinue reading “Daughters, Dolls, and Doctor Who”

When Motherhood is Not Magical

Let your face shine on your servant; save me in your unfailing love. Psalm 31:16 She ran away at 15. Quit school by 16. Had her first abortion by 17. It took all of her energy to come home at 25 and mend the relationship with her mother that she never had. But she knewContinue reading “When Motherhood is Not Magical”