Tuesday, February 2, 2010

An Interview

I was contacted by Janelle, the creator of Journey Through Grief.com, about doing an interview for her website. I spent some time on the site looking around, and it is quite a good resource for both people who are grieving, and people who are seeking to support those who are grieving. Just wanted to pass this resource along. Should you desire to read the interview, click here.

8 comments:

The Writer Chic said...

Stacy, it's a great interview. You articulate yourself so well, as always.

Jen said...

Oh Stacy,

What a wonderful interview. I know it will bless so many, to hear you speak candidly about the loss of Isaac. Reading your words took me back to the day he was born and went to live with Jesus. Grief comes back even for those of us that never knew Isaac, except through this blog. He has left such an impact on me and my life. Thank you for giving us a picture of such true obedience to the Lord.

Seraphim said...

Stacy this was a very powerful interview. Thank you so much for the link and for sharing your story xx

jacks grandmom said...

You did an awesome job with the interview Stacy- it was very compelling and I loved reading it.
Aunt Robin

Anonymous said...

Stacy, You did such a great job in that interview. You have blessed so many of us by allowing us to witness what you have been through. All the while I have been challenged and blessed by your blog. Isaac has so much to be proud of in his parents. I just wanted to tell you that in my house, we still pray for you and Spencer by name. I know for certain that the Lord is with you and will continue to be with you in the days ahead. God Bless You.

Crissie said...

Love the interview...as always, your experiences with joy and grief are articulated so truthfully and eloquently. You are a beautiful woman, inside and out. Looking forward to seeing you both this weekend.
Crissie :)

Cecilia said...

Thanks for sharing, it was a great interview! You are a great example to those of us who are newer to the journey and I always appreciate your honesty.

Stephanie said...

What a wonderful interview. I am so glad that you were able to share your story, and I am certain that it will help so many people in so many ways! Thanks for sharing the link!