makeup and miscarriages
For the past couple months I have been wondering where everyone disappeared to on The Vegan Housewives Blog. It is almost like when a friend goes missing. We had just submitted our new makeup post to be published by VHW. I like to procrastinate but my little sister gets on my case now that we work together. I think it is good for me but I miss leaving things until the last minute. So we got the post in on time and then we waited for it to go live. It just never happened. I felt sad, like I missed the fireworks. We were puzzled. Did they not think the makeup part was significant in their blog anymore? But there were no new vegan recipe posts either. In fact, you could hear crickets. Amy and I decided that maybe they had taken a break from the blog for a couple weeks.
I started to plan out my schedule for the next month. When I thought about VHW I still felt a little worried. Then my sister sent me a link. It was a new post from one of the VHW founders. I started to read it and suddenly it all made sense. I read almost all of it. Towards the end I started to feel faint and had to stop reading. The last time I felt faint like that my dad had just passed away. We are so immersed in our own lives that we forget about what people might be going through around us. My heart goes out to anyone who has lost a baby. I lost my godson an hour after he was born. There were no warning signs, no answers, and it was incredibly traumatic to be getting ready for a celebration of new life and then to find myself speaking at a funeral. Every single life is precious. We hope that Kortney’s story inspires other women to share their stories and begin to heal:
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