Showing posts from April, 2011


So I had this experience today that I thought I would share because it surprised me and it seemed so kind and out of the ordinary.  
I was in the UMC OB waiting room waiting to see my doctor when this sweet old woman in her 80's stopped to sit down and talk with me.  She said, " God guides me to talk to certain people and he guided me to talk to you."  So we sat and chatted and she told me her name.  I shared my name and then she asked when I was due and if I knew what I was having.  I shared with her both pieces of information and then she placed her hand on my belly, said a blessing, closed her eyes for a moment and then opened them again and said, " You're going to have an easy birth." I smiled and thanked her and we chatted a bit more.  
Sweet little story and a wonderful experience to have just before my daughter is born especially since it is my wish to have an easy, peaceful, joyful birth and this is what I have been preparing for. There is no doubt in…

The Yoga of Life~

“Life is a gift, and it offers us the privilege, opportunity, and responsibility to give something back by becoming more”  (Anthony Robbins )

Hmmm.... where to begin?  I haven't written a post in over a month and have been spending less time on line in general.  Part of the reason I needed to spend less time on line is that a couple dear friends of mine have both suffered a great loss.  Two of my dear friends lost their babies.  My one friend lost her baby at 18 weeks or so pregnant and my other dear friend had to say goodbye to her baby just 8 days after he arrived.  Hearing of this news hit my heart so deeply, and I think that I have been trying to recover from that.  I think having suffered 2 miscarriages last year and experiencing complications and uncertainty after my own sons arrival over 4 years ago triggered a lot of emotions in me. I really feel for my two friends and wish there was more I could do to help them through this difficult time in their lives.  Yet even as my he…