Surrogacy Hell: A Warning to Potential Parents

One surrogate mother in Michigan reclaimed two infant twins a month after they were placed with their parents. And it was perfectly legal. ...more

'Noreaster.... Their First REAL Snow - in Mid-October?

http://micrimas.blogspot.com/2009/10/noreaster-their-first-real-snow-in-... ...more

I am in SHOCK over this article.....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1220095/American-abort... I am absolutely in shock over this article that I read today.  It is about an American woman, Irene Villar, who has had multiple abortions, over 15 of them.  She now has two daughters.  Read this article and justify it.  There is absolutely no justification for her actions. ...more

I was not aware of this until I read your post today. It disgusts me that she is making a ...more

Don't Stop Believin' - Gleeful!

http://micrimas.blogspot.com/2009/10/dont-stop-believin-gleeful.html ...more

Cobwebs and Scartissue (Graphic Photo, warning) - How I Became Barren and Battered

“Hold fast to dreams, For if dreams die, Life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly, Hold fast to dreams, For if dreams go, Life is a barren field, Frozen with snow” Langston Hughes This photo was taken today. I have been thinking about the visual aspects of my barren, cobwebbed and scartissued body and I am sure some of you are thinking, "how did she get here?" ...more

Waiting for the Shoe to Drop.....

WOW! I've been recognized by Blogger Buzz!!!! Here is the link to their 10 year anniversary Buzz Blogger Buzz and the link I wrote about Blogger, called The Isolation and Blogger Gratitude..." I am amazed. I got visitors from being recognized from small islands in the Pacific ocean and my blog has gone global... thank you all who come here and read what I have to say. I hope the words inspire and are profound. ...more

That brings a lot of comfort...

 

I think it's going to inspire me ...more

Voting for my Beautiful Boys....

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Early Morning in September: So Glad I'm not a "Night Person"

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.Martin Luther King Jr.I wanted to commemorate this day.Why?  It's a day just like every other day.  A day of play, with plans for my waist length hair to be hacked about 3 inches, and colored.  One BFF will watch the boys while I go do this, for the first time without the little men.  We are growing A's hair out, just to see what happens when we go 5 months between cuts for him.  Right now, he looks like a red-headed version of Paul McCartney, 60s Beatles style. ...more