To change people’s lives daily because you never know what they are going through and you have the power to make their day better! Change their moment and make a difference!

On October 15, 2002, I was 8 1/2 months pregnant with my second child, a little boy. I was 6 days from my scheduled C-Section when I learned I had lost my son. He was stillborn due to an umbilical cord accident.

My mission since that day has been to make a difference. Genuinely, serving, caring and helping others everyday.

On October 15, 2002, I learned that my son, William, had passed away. I was 6 days from my scheduled C-Section. It was around 8:00 that night, I had not felt him move. After a few calls to to the doctor on call I decided to go to the hospital. It was a horrible experience. My son was gone, he was stillborn due to an umbilical cord accident. My doctor assured me that nothing I had done caused William’s death, nor could anything have been to prevent it.

The grief, guilt, and anguish was overwhelming.

I lost track of time. Days on end went by where I did nothing but sleep and cry. I had a 4 year old at the time that was eating Doritos for breakfast because I simply could not find the strength to get up and cook for her. I wanted to scream, cry, hide all simultaneously, but most of all, I wanted run away. I repeatedly felt like I was in a hole and people were walk by looking down at me while offering a kind word, or a short rope, but none offering a rope long enough or an actual true word of meaningful help. I lost most of my friends as they did not know what to say or do. I felt guilty; I should have known, should have done something different and prevented this loss. I thought of all the things I did, wondering did something cause the cord to wrap around his neck, arm, and finally his hand. I pondered if this was punishment from God. I asked “why” constantly and this led me to begin questioning everything. I questioned every aspect of my life; my worth, my life, and my faith.

Countless days went by that I would be reminded of this unconscionable loss; a piece of mail, an unsuspecting acquaintance asking about the baby, the looks from people I knew. Then came the task of taking down all the décor, furnishings, and removing all the items from the nursery I had so proudly finished in those last few days before. Those moments were some of the most excruciating. As I went about this task, I be an to feel that the only way I could truly start to heal was by helping others. I wanted to be there for other mothers having this experience and help them through their grief; bring families together, discuss the issues, the pain, the grief, and most importantly support each other. It has been a long road marked with pain, and suffering, followed by acceptance and a desire to make a difference. I have shed many tears and gone through many appointments of counseling to get where I am today. I want to Make a Difference Daily! I want to help and be there for families in need and just be there for people who need it!

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