Celebrate with Me

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Did you know that A Good Grief has been up and running for one year now? I don't post as often as I would like. I haven't forged ahead with advertising to generate more money. I worry that it is a downer of a place for people to visit, that some people can't stomach the tragedy. I wonder if it is worth my time and energy. I have so many features I want to add. But at the end of the day, something tells me to keep going, to keep sharing, to keep asking. So I do. And amazing things happen little by little.

If you have been blessed, or taught, or uplifted, or enlightened, made aware, connected, or moved by any of the stories shared on my website, or my rantings here, please join me this month in celebrating the little spot of bittersweet cyberspace we call A Good Grief.

I am still looking for people willing to donate auction items. Please contact me if you have any items or services you would like donate. And come participate in our giveaways and read more uplifting stories.

Thank you for your support over this last year. Managing the website has been such a learning and growing experience.

See you there!


  1. Happy Year-A-Versary, Molly! Your site is a blessing for so many, I love to read the comments and see how people are touched and brought together through their life experiences, heartbreaking challenges, and beautiful blessings.

    Keep going!

  2. Congrats on the year of A Good Grief. You don't know me and I've never commented before, but wanted to today. I've read your blog since Bronwyn told me about your experience. I just wanted you to know that I think you are incredibly brave. I have a 19 month old now and want to say thank you for helping me appreciate all the time I have with him. I think about you and your family so often and find joy in the small moments. Thank you!

  3. A Good Grief has given me permission to experience grief. 6 unannounced and uncelebrated and unfinished pregnancies left me personally bereft. Because I didn't share my loss, I felt more alone than I thought was possible. By reading and feeling YOUR loss, I was able to feel my own. I've had a summer of tears, and it has taught me that it is a necessary thing to literally "GO THROUGH" our grief.

  4. It's a good thing you are doing there. and here.


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