Life, Love, Long Hair, Weeping and Gnashing of Teeth, and other mysteries

All this and more, from a semi-Serbian, slightly sane, former editor for physicians and surgeons, who is the mother of seven kids.

About Me

Updated January 2013:

I've been correcting the grammar of doctors since 2004.
Now I invite writers who wish their work to be edited to contact me for my editing services.
(Leave me a message with your contact info in any comment box in my blog
and I will contact you.
 Your info will not be published on my blog.)

About me:  My Blogger Profile

I write a little about the world in which I live, the world which I observe,
and the world I wish to see.

Be the change you wish to see, yadda yadda... but really!

And some day, we shall see it all as it truly is.

1 Corinthians 13:12

I hope to see you there, where everything shall make sense.


  1. I love your writing. My web is my cellphone tho. And there was no option to "follow you",at the top,or I would have. Would have kept reading,but 5:30 am wakeup comes quick. Longandblonde, from LHC

    1. Thank you so much. I was just sitting here hurting and on the verge of tears, and then your words came through when I needed something positive.

      And I didn't know that about the cellphone inability to follow posts. I'm soon to have one of those cellphones myself so will have to check out my blog from it and see what I can figure out for those who use them as their primary internet venue.

    2. Thank you so much for your honest and insightful writing. As a mother of two beautiful children (aren't they all beautiful?) who is struggling with health issues that keep me so much less than I want to be, it really hit home to read your story, especially the one of your escape. You have shown amazing courage in overcoming a horrible situation, and I am inspired by your commitment to keep moving forward despite challenges.

      I hope and pray you are supported and uplifted by our Heavenly Father as you struggle to continue to overcome the wounds of the past. Contrary to what many believe, overcoming is not a one-time event, but rather a daily routine that must be continually refined and struggled with year after year. As I struggle each day to overcome the wounds of my past, I will think of you and send a prayer your way.

  2. thank you for coming over and commenting on my blog
    it is so validating.
    when i came here and saw the "labels" i was immediately drawn to the word homebirth and enjoyed reading your story
    for the sake of sharing:
    it is a short peice about our sons recent birth at our home(our 3rd homebirth)
    you can also find some "passable" guitar playing and singing scattered around the blog.
    anyway it was fun and fascinating to come over here and explore so thank you for introducing yourself.
    I hope that a gentle way opens before you.

    1. Thank you, Shawn. I very much enjoyed the short piece about your son's birth and I left a comment to that effect, which you will probably see before seeing this, as Blogger isn't as good as WordPress as far as notifying people of replies.

      I will hunt for the passable guitar playing, too.

      Steeny Lou


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