First off, I want to say sorry this isn’t a more uplifting post, but I’m going to be honest about current and recent sentiments. I have been very quiet on HebrewDawn for much of my pregnancy, and I’m not completely certain as to why. Perhaps I just wanted to process my thoughts on this pregnancy and becoming… Continue reading The end of pregnancy questions
For far too long I’ve sat in silence. For far too long I’ve allowed others to be the voice for the oppressed. For far too long I was made to believe my voice wasn’t needed. I now know that I was wrong, because I can no longer remain silent. I speak out to have my… Continue reading silence is no longer an option
To my dearest daughter, Today is the inauguration of the 45th president of our country. This day is filled with mixed emotions for many Americans, as some are delighted and some are greatly dismayed with who is to be our next president. I’m not here today to tell you how I feel or how you should… Continue reading Inauguration Day 2017
It has been a long time since I last wrote here, and I’ll hope you’ll forgive my silence. I’ve most certainly missed you, writing, and connecting with you. As an avid blogger reader myself, I know how strange it can feel when one of your blogs go silent. I hope you can hang in there… Continue reading Hello Again
There are some new things coming your way very soon. Thank you for your patience during the recent silence, but we promise to be back soon.
Yay! It’s the weekend! How did your week treat you? Things ended out of the normal for those of us in the Greater Richmond area. We had a CRAZY storm on Thursday evening, which resulted in countless downed and uprooted trees, damage to homes, and over 160,000 people without power. To top it all off some… Continue reading Favorites This Week: June 18th
I could tell you today that my heart is broken, but I think it goes without saying. I could also prattle on about how we need to put an end to the gun violence, but those words have been said abundantly. In light of yet ANOTHER mass shooting, all the words that could be said… Continue reading all the words that could be said