When Gratitude is Hard

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22 Responses

  1. Stacey says:

    Beautiful post. Beautiful song. Supportive women – that’s the most beautiful of all.

  2. Patricia Allen says:

    So now I understand why you want to stay home another day. It is OK. We love you. P

  3. Natasha Metzler says:

    Oh, Heather.
    I’m right there. Right, right there.

  4. Wow….I have no words. I bow before you

  5. Missy says:

    A powerful post. Beautifully written and thank you for sharing x

  6. Sue schick says:

    Love you so vey much. So very much.

  7. Nancy says:

    Wow. This is an incredibly moving post. Honest, raw, and filled with its own kind of grace. Your honesty, your tears (and I can relate to those snotty sobbing great gobs of tears), and your choir sing out and resonate truth. Thank you for speaking (and daring to sing!) it.

  8. Nancy says:

    Now I have to go back and look at some of your other writing .. you are a beautiful writer! I found you through you linking this on Ellen Stumbo’s shary/linky thanksgiving thing.

  9. What a gorgeous post. I cried with you while reading it.

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