I’m keeping watch on a mother orca, Tahlequah, who lost her calf shortly after birth. She is carrying her baby through the waters of the Pacific Northwest, swimming hundreds of miles already, balancing her on her head. Researchers are watching and worried for her safety as well. They say members of her pod are helping…… Continue reading I carry you
I love you to the moon and back my little winter bear I know you know how much that is cause you’re already there. I never knew a love like this could ever possibly exist, I love you to the moon and back as long as I live. -Coby Grant, Winter Bear
two years ago… Matt’s has a big meeting tomorrow, so I don’t want to upset him with this. But I needed to put it somewhere. So here it is. What a fast, unbelievable two years. Still doesn’t feel real. Getting this notification makes me want to go home and climb into bed. I spoke with…… Continue reading On this day
I saw this image this morning and it really hit home this morning. I’m sad how many people I know are speaking this language
The 27th marked a year since Nora came into this world, the 30th marked a year since we lost her. It’s absolutely bizarre to me that it’s been a year. It feels like this just happened, yet didn’t really happen at all. There’s no way we had a baby and don’t anymore. To think that…… Continue reading One Year
I have always loved Halloween. Being close to my birthday it meant a full month of fun. There’s not a lot of pressure around Halloween, no gifts to buy, no family events to split your time at. Just creativity, fun, and candy. We have a big front window that I decorate for Halloween/Fall to Winter…… Continue reading Haunted.
I just emailed Matt in a panic, asking if Nora cried after they took her out of me and started working on her. I knew that she did but then as confidently as I knew it, I didn’t. It was the only time we heard her cry, how could I doubt my memory. In reality,…… Continue reading How can I forgot