Thursday, June 10, 2010

My interview with Janelle

You may remember my post about Janelle's book Seasons of Solace and my interview with her in that same post. On her website, Journey Through Grief, she has a link where she interviews those who have had personal experiences with grief, whether it be the loss of a spouse to the loss of a child. There are also many other great resources on her site.

I had the honor of being someone she wanted to interview and I'm pleased to share with you the interview that is now up on her website. To read the interview click here.

Thank you, Janelle!

15 comments:

Lisette said...

I just read the interview, it's great. You have made a huge impact on many of our lives, thank you!

Jus and Kat said...

Great interview, thanks for sharing Holly!


Kat @ In Dylan's Memory

Trisha Larson said...

What a beautiful interview. You did a wonderful job! You make all your children proud!

Hugs,
Trisha

Sarita Boyette said...

Congratulations, Holly, for being given the honor of being interviewed. I read what you said and I agree that you have helped many people, including me. Your blog is a comfort to me. You tell how you went through the fire & survived, all the while honoring Carleigh and our Lord.This was a wonderful interview!

AKD said...

That's a beautiful interview, Holly! I love it - you're such an inspiration!

Lori said...

xoxoxo

Coby said...

I just finished reading the interview - there are tears in my eyes. You expressed yourself so beautifully! Thank you so much for sharing Carleigh's story!

Karen said...

Lovely, Holly. xo

Kelly @ Sufficient Grace Ministries said...

You did an amazing job on the interview, Holly. I am so proud of you...and so grateful for your willing heart to reach out through your journey and the life of sweet Carleigh! I just wrote my review of Janelle's book...finally!

Love to you,
Kelly

croleyc69 said...

Such a wonderful interview. Thanx for sharing it with us.

Caroline

Mary said...

Holly, I am so glad that you were chosen to share your story. You have helped so many of us here. I know that by sharing your story you will help so many others.

Kari said...

Heading over there now to read it!

Kari said...

I loved reading this and seeing the photos. My favorite:

That time away was a turning point for us and it was just what we needed. We no longer felt the need to intensely grieve over what we were going to lose but rather we felt the need to cherish what we had been given.

Beautiful, Holly.

elena said...

Holly you are truly amazing and inspiring! We may have to fix that there are no books on anencephaly carrying to term and grieving afterwards. There should be something out there for families as it is the most common type of NTD.

Your words were so true to life, and thank you so much for sharing your heart.

Betty said...

Great interview, I LOVE the pictures. (((hugs)))

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