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November 10, 2007



I'm sorry, Lori. I hope you start to feel better soon. Feeling terrible and going through the physical ordeal just adds insult to injury. Thinking of you!

Lori at Spinning Yellow

Thanks for all the offers of food and drink. I love the virtual party idea!

Yes, Jenn, I did feel it. Thank-you.

MommyWithAttitude - Thanks for reading and commenting my BlogHer buddy!


If only we all lived closer ..... you'd have a whole week's worth of meals on your doorstep.

I can't even imagine how you must be feeling. I hope the physical symptoms go away soon.


Oh Lori I'm so sorry you're having a miscarriage. I am always a week (or two) behind on blog posts, so I just read your story about Scott -- as with most things, no one can really "get it" if they haven't lived it. But thank you for giving us a glimpse into what you struggle with.


Did you feel that?

My arms, wrapping around you from across the way.

Take care.


Sorry you are feeling so crappy!! May it end really soon - and I hope you have supportive friends nearby who can do what your internet buddies would like to be able to do for you. I'm sending you a virtual bottle of wine!!

Again, I'm so very glad that you shared your story. It really will help a lot of people.


Thank you for sharing your thoughts and struggles. We all have them and I agree w/Niksmom-some people will NEVER GET IT. I am so sorry about the miscarriage-I am here if you need me. You must feel aweful-hugs to you. I will call you this week.


Oh, feel better, Lori. I can only imagine how uncomfortable and how out of sorts you must feel now. Like Niksmom, I wish I lived close enough to drop off a meal and a bottle of wine.

Sending hugs today!


Hope you are feeling better soon. Take care of yourself, and let me know if you need any help.

slouching mom

Oh, I'm sorry. It's such a shame that the symptoms of miscarriage have to be so obvious.

Hugs to you.


Lori, I've finally had a chance to read the entire story and I am so in awe. I love the lessons you learned and have shared. And you're right, most everyone else (even many, many professionals) will NEVER.GET.IT. But that's OK. What matters is that YOU do.

I am so sorry you are going through the miscarriage. It sucks. Sucks. Wish I were closer —I'd bring you a giant margarita (or your drink of choice) to swill while you recouperate! xo

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