Monthly Archives: December 2013

Denied

Before I even lost Anneliese, I was terrified of SIDS.  I had prayed about our fertility and whether we should do anything permanent to end our child bearing years.  I felt led to avoid permanent solutions, because I was so … Continue reading

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The day after

Well, I survived Christmas.  The word survival does not imply happiness, or contentedness.  Just survival.  On Christmas Eve, I visited Anneliese’s grave again, and left a few more Christmas things.  Someone had left a teddy bear the week before, and … Continue reading

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Reversal of fortunes…

Friday morning I went to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance for a third opinion.  Yes, I am on my third endocrinologist. Shockingly, this doctor told me what I wanted to hear, but was not expecting to hear.  That even though my … Continue reading

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