Writing a letter to my unborn child

The original agreement was that I can see the children every other Saturday and Sunday and no stay overnight; I live close by so that was not an issue.

Writing a letter to my unborn child

February 8, at 1: Been a busy couple years. Good to be back with you all again. Same Old World I surely looked like a freak every time my phone blasted that song into my eardrums. Long hair flipping about. Step taking on a cadence some might mistake for me marching along as part of the metal militia.

Not that an old rivet-head like me gave a single damn. There were real problems in the world. I started growling along, in a passable imitation of Lemmy, if I do say so myself. It took a bit to realize the weirdness was my fault.

I mean, if it was. I blame streaming media. Almost since the disease was discovered, right? Homeless living in boxes, ignored by everyone passing? Been going on since before I was born. Innocent shot daily in the street?

I mean, am I alone here? Sure, there was a bit of the esoteric.

All Things For Good

I thought it was normal. Those things were standard in my world. I guess not everyone else took them for granted. Honestly, I thought the posters about Big Brother, and snitching on your family were jokes.

How could they be anything else? When I won the lottery, well that was unusual. It was a small win, but still. Then I got my dream job. I had to quit it when my music career to off. Looking back on it, I probably should have given something back. I could have fed a homeless person, bought my disowned uncle a house.

You know, anything to show God I was on his side with as much as he was doing for me. Then Jesus came back. Why the hell did he come back in America? So, he starts tearing apart buildings, healing people for free.In response to a private message I got on this post – For me, this is about protecting the children for sure, but also, meant as a strong message to parents to be thoughtful about the things that they do.

Child loss is a loss like no other. The loss of a child is a grief that lasts forever, here is what I've learned in my seven years of trekking through the unimaginable.

To my unborn child, Your mom and I are so excited to meet you in a few months. I’m writing this letter to let you know how much I love you, cherish you, and care for you even though I have never met you.

writing a letter to my unborn child

Jizo in Japan (Ksitigarbha, Ti Tsang, Dizang), One of Modern Japan's Most Beloved Deities. Digital Dictionary of Buddhism in Japan. Writing prompt: You're absent-mindedly singing to yourself, when suddenly the topic of the song comes true.

for those of you participating in #31DaysofKindness with us, let’s all finish the challenge out strong! this past weekend, one of the kindness tasks was to write a love letter. my first inclination was to write one to my husband, especially since our 6th wedding anniversary is coming up saturday, 9/ instead, we both decided to write a love letter to our unborn child.

writing a letter to my unborn child
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