Sunday, September 25, 2005

My New Blog

How did Erin spend her day?


  1. God Lord, E. You really like to work, huh? I don't think you've left any stone unturned.

  2. Well V, I want to funnel traffic in to the PA site, and blogs are so much more search-bot friendly and tend to be spidered and listed much faster than the typical website will be. I figured, even aside from that, blogs have become so much more poepular that people will find it more easily anyway, between random blog surfing, technorati tags etc...

    Anything to help get the site more publicity. As it is, it's serving no purpose without people to read it or post on the forums there.

  3. You do know, don't you, that if anyone can make this work, it is you. I have complete faith.

  4. Jeez, Erin! You're one busy bee. No wonder you're so damn tired!

    On a more serious note. I think you're an incredible person for doing this, and Vickie's right, if anyone can pull it off, it's you.

  5. Erin,

    Poetic Acceptance for greiving parents is very, very well done.

    I miscarried twin girls once long ago. It's an experience that stays with you. After I had my hysterectomy I thought of them again (they cross my mind a lot)and wanting to have a girl, my husband a daughter. That will never happen, except in my imagination and in my poetry.

    Thank you for sharing yourself so openly with those who need your voice and understanding. I hope they find your site.

  6. Thanks, all of you. I appreciate the vote of confidence.

    Ginger~ I had no idea, I'm so sorry.

    It has really amazed me, since I started this site, just how many women I know or have since met, that have lost a child.