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November 29, 2007



Lori I'm glad you're feeling better now. You're entitled to feel and let out your own pain, whether or not you perceive it to be as great as anyone else's.


Oops, that should have said "palpable"...


Lori, I'm glad you let yourself feel the pain without trying to mask it. It's real, it is part of the fabric of who you are. Thought it won't always be palpale, it will be part of you, your story. Honor it. xxoo


Sending you a hug, Lori.

Lori at Spinning Yellow

Oh and Cyndi, my friends and I used to joke that you always have to get your hair cut after you break up with a guy!! Something you can control and also a nice change. Great idea!!

Lori at Spinning Yellow

I feel much better today, thank you everyone.

Dee - yes a girl's night out sounds great!!

tulipmom - that is it. The need to just feel the pain. I think it helped that I was not responsible for any children for a few hours so I could wallow a little. Kind of reminded me of my teenage days of putting on sad music and just sobbing for hours. Afterward I felt so much better, like I owed it to myself to feel it fully.

Lori at Spinning Yellow

From my friend, tac:

Oh Lori, I'm crying right along with you.


It sounds like you needed to pause and just feel the pain. I'm so sorry you have to go through this. Sending lots of hugs.


Take care, Lori! My heart breaks for you. Healing takes time. I think a girls' weekend of pampering could help...


You suffered a loss and have every right to mourn that loss. Take care of yourself, my friend. I will be thinking of you.


Lori-feel sad, you've earned it my friend. I agree w/Cyndi-you seem to have handled it all too well. Yesterday was your day to feel it; today feel better. Hugs to you......


Honestly Lori, you seemed to be handling things too well. Allow yourself to feel how you feel, it may come and go over the next week or months or tomorrow you may feel just fine and that'll be it. I cut my hair short after a miscarriage, somehow that helped me, perhaps it was something I could control.

And all I did was whine about myself when we spoke earlier, how crappy of me!


Good for you, Lori. Let it go when you're ready and let yourself feel sad. I'm sorry.

slouching mom

hugs to you, friend.

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