Adoptee Connect and Why Adoptees NEED Community

This blog post is dedicated to Adoptee Connect with a heart full of gratitude.  In September of 2018, a group of 5 people sat around a table.  You could feel the nervous energy.  This was the first official meeting of the Las Vegas Adoptee Connect Support group.  I knew this was the start of something important.... Continue Reading →

Grief – Adoptees On Podcast Interview

I had the privilege of being interviewed by Haley Radke with the Adoptees On podcast recently and my 1st episode in a 2 part series on Grief airs today. You can listen here: //html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/7039617/height/300/theme/custom/autoplay/no/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/backward/render-playlist/yes/custom-color/0079b6/ As always, I hope for and welcome your feedback. And, stay tuned! In 2 weeks, part II of our conversation will... Continue Reading →

ALIVENESS and the Art of Paying Attention

  “What will you do with your one precious, wild life?” Mary Oliver Things have been happening in my life at warp speed right now.  Anne Heffron told me recently that "this is my time."  I agree with her. The thing about it being "my time" is I am seeking experiences, I am paying attention,... Continue Reading →

Original Birth Certificates…..I don’t have one.

Here I am with my 1st Beagle Sophie.  This was an ad that was created in 2004 for an organization I was affiliated with, Nevada Open.  We were, well, still are, a small band of adoptees born in Nevada that had hoped to change the law to allow adult adoptees access to their original birth... Continue Reading →

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