We never know what life is going to bring us. Today brings me both a wedding anniversary and a funeral service.
Please forgive me for not writing sooner. The last month and a half have flown by -moving home and office was a lot of work! In honor of Valentine's Day. in honor of you my reader's and most importantly, in honor of Joseph Jude and his story, I am 'back in the saddle' and submitting a post. Read to the end and support the Into Loving Hands Movie fundraising campaign.
Being a midwife that attends planned home births means that I never know when I will be home and when I will be gone. So any night can be romantic! Here is the dinner I served 2/13/14, Valentine's Day Eve.
On a cold, cold day in New York, I dreamed of warmer climes and this fragrant dish appeared on my stove top. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
After fourteen and a half years in the same house and four and a half years in the same office, Michelle's home and work will reside together, under one, beautiful, slate roof.
As a consumer of midwifery care in the 1980's and 1990's, I opted out of routine, prenatal ultrasounds. Cleaning through old files recently, I came across the photos on the one and only ultrasound, I had during my pregnancies.
Remembering Sarah Tzipporah
Obesity is a reality for me, as it is for many.
This post was offered to me by my sister Margaret Vorih. I am honored both to accept this gift and present it to you. Thank you, Margaret for seeing into my soul.
Quilts are amazing things: they are made of fabric that together warm you more than the separate layers ever would. A handmade quilt? Well, it warms the soul as well as the body. This week, I was presented with a very special quilt and now my body, heart and soul are very warm and cozy indeed.