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November 01, 2007



Wait, what?How did THAT comparison come about? I would say fail, but if he is annithyg like my husband, he probably meant something incredibly sweet and wonderful and it just came out stupidly. So maybe good?!?


I just found your blog through Niksmom's blog...Sorry about the baby, I miscarried early on a few years ago...and even that early, it's still a difficult thing to go through.
I enjoyed your blog and I'm sure I'll be back!


I'm not sure why I'm having such a hard time commenting. This is my third attempt in the past couple of days to let you know I'm thinking of you and so sorry for your loss.

Barb Laurenson

I am so sorry to hear the news. I was just thinking about you today and wondering what it would be like to go for a third. I couldn't decide if it would fantastic or horrific. I love your comment about the two amazing children you already have. My thoughts are with you!


We've spoken, but again I want to say that I am sorry to hear your news. You had already prepared yourself since you knew things weren't right, but it doesn't make it any easier. Nothing that anyone can say will be able to pinpoint exactly how you are feeling about everything at this point in time, whether it be sad or angry or OK, but you have people that you can turn to if you need to.

Oh, The Joys

Oh, Lori. I'm sorry. (((you)))


Lori at Spinning Yellow

From my friend Laura:

I just got off of the phone with you and I am relieved to hear how well you are handling this. Sometimes life sends us reminders and it really puts things into perspective whether it be via good news, bad news, a series of unfortunate events, etc. It wasn't meant to be and it happened. You are so level-headed and I am sure this is what you're thinking also.

Congratulations to Matt-some good news for you all and well-deserved for sure.

Much love and friendship to you all!


Oh Lori, I am so sorry to hear your sad news. Is it okay that I shed a few tears while reading this?

You write so beautifully, so hopefully about what's happened--I hope you feel safe enough here to share all your feelings, even the sad and angry ones.

I think Niksmom said it best: you have lots of loving readers and we're here to read and support you in whatever you choose to share with us.

(Good luck to Matt on the Connecticut job!! Fingers and toes crossed over here...)


I'm so sorry to hear about your sad news. Take care of yourself and know that we're thinking of you.

Lori at Spinning Yellow

From Niksmom

Lori, I am so sorry to hear the news. It probably doesn't help any to know that you are not alone in your experience. I heard an interview on NPR today about a book written by a psychiatrist who had been stationed at a combat hospital in Iraq. She said it's very therapeutic to write about the experiences which are difficult. You know that you have tons of loving readers who are here to read your story if you choose to share it...or whatever you choose to share.

Looking forward to your daily posts.

Sending you lots of love and hugs.

Jordan Sadler

Oh, Lori, I'm so sad for you. My thoughts are with you.

I can't wait to read what you have to say this month and will look forward to all these posts!

Take care of yourself.

Lori at Spinning Yellow

From my friend tac:

I'm so sorry for you and Matt, but you hang in there and make sure to feel however you want whenever you want.
Love you!

slouching mom

I'm so sorry, Lori. I know you'll handle it beautifully -- you already are.

Still. My thoughts are with you and Matt right now.


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