Virtual Oases XXXVI
- Lisa: On mothering a child with a disability . . “Over the course of the last three years, the gambit of emotions have swung high and far from a pendulum I didn’t even know existed.”
- Jana: “Many times I have told my daughter her birth story. . . . But I haven’t told my daughter the story behind the birth story. I have saved this one for when she was older, for when she might understand how hard it is to make decisions, to see clearly which way to go.”
- Caroline: “This is why I vote” (Hence the picture . . .)
- Ardis continues her spotlights of ordinary Mormon women.
- Kiskilili: Mormon women and happiness. Good questions. Good discussion.
- New York Times: “It has only been in the last century that Americans have put all their emotional eggs in the basket of coupled love. Because of this change, many of us have found joys in marriage our great-great-grandparents never did. But we have also neglected our other relationships, placing too many burdens on a fragile institution and making social life poorer in the process”