Wednesday, April 20, 2011

who knew?

Beauty, brains and morals.

http://www.dooce.com/2011/04/20/one-mother-another

Christy Turlington Burns.  The former supermodel. Looking at pre and perinatal care for high risk pregnant women.  A cause I could get behind.

There's a short article and a 1 minute trailer. Take a look.

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Real post soon.  Therapy seems to be productive so far, and I'm feeling, well, more stable.  Hopeful, even. The tree in our front yard that I thought was dead?  Sprouting leaves and blossoms.  Not even a metaphor.  Remember those two tulips I posted lo these many Aprils ago?  They have found a friend.

I'm trying to not read into it. I'm just trying to feel my way through effective therapy that leaves me tired, but, well, thoughtful. I' m not saying hopeful again, but thinking. Open, maybe.

This song has been running through my head.  I played it a lot when my mom was sick and in the years following, but not recently.  It just feels so...close these days.

Thanks for hanging in there with me.

5 comments:

Love's mom FOREVER said...

I am so glad you are feeling hopeful. That is happening for me too, and it feels wonderful. To have Hope means so much. Sending you positivity.
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erica said...

Hopeful is good. So is thoughtful. And thanks for the music - this is one of my favorite songs, and one I've clung to in the past few years especially.

It Is What It Is said...

Good to hear from you and to learn that you are feeling better. Take and embrace that progress.

Ya Chun said...

glad to hear things are progressing.

Thanks for the link.

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