About Stealing Nectar

Stealing nectar. I think life isn’t sweet enough on its own. I think we need to steal the sugar we get in our lives. Work harder. Be gentler. Try to forgive. Pilfer as much good stuff from life as you can because you’ll always get surprise challenges and disappointments…so take a little sun when you can.

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3 thoughts on “About Stealing Nectar

  1. It’s been six days since discovering my baby girl’s heart stopped beating… I was 18 weeks pregnant. I don’t even know how I came across your blog. I can say however, that I was probably googling something along the lines of ‘I caused my own miscarriage.’ Anyway, your words have soothed me so.. I’ve escaped my life a few times to read all your posts.. Thank you. This is horrible, and I feel so empty and sad, and this is not my first loss. I had an early miscarriage this last August. I delivered a baby girl with Trisomy 21 at 20 weeks, 12 years ago, when I was 23. After the early miscarriage in August, I found out I have a blood clotting disorder. I have questions for you, I don’t know if that’s appropriate in this kind of setting, or if you talk to Internet strangers… I guess I’m trying to begin to “find my tribe,” love that by the way…. If you don’t want to answer anything then just please accept my gratitude for your words, they’ve helped me tremendously in this terrible time of my life…
    Thank you!
    ~Jessica

    • Hi, Jessica. I am so sorry for your losses. You’ve been through too much, and this last loss of your little girl is still an open wound. I would love to answer any of your questions. Please email me at stealingnectar@gmail.com. I am so glad my words and stories can help you feel connected and hopefully less alone in your tragedy. Hugs and prayers for you. Hope to hear from you soon.

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