Welcome To North Fourth Street
Personal Reflections – Stories – Emotions – Healing
Created By Amy Blair
mom-aspiring author-mental health advocate
So the hospital part may be over, the burial is over, but now the actual due date. I wonder if it will be just as bad every year when she should be turning another year older, wondering what she would have been like and looked like. The unknown is the worst part. Most of the […]
When I started this blog, I never ever NEVER would have guessed that one of the subjects I would be writing about is pregnancy loss. I posted about what happened when it first happened here on my blog. I have posted sweet stories in remembrance of Delaney. I have written micros on Facebook, stories on […]
Years ago, before I ever had the idea to write publicly on the internet, I would sit and read stories and articles that inspired me. I’m an article junky. I kept coming across what I thought was one person’s blog with all these inspirational stories. I began thinking “wow, this lady has gone through so […]
Some weekends were spent doing redneck things, while others I was in the city at my friend’s house or at the movies. Some weekends were spent with a group of friends and my cousins on my uncle’s property, while others I would retreat away to my grandma’s. Then sometimes I was forced into “hard labor” sanding and staining cabinet doors at my uncle’s cabinet shop
So, I asked if he was going to be okay and she said, “no, he was shot through the abdomen and he didn’t make it!”
First Things First You have to have a place for your website to live. That is called a host. When I started last year, I wasn’t sure how it would all go so I didn’t want to invest a lot of money. Siteground is where I host my WordPress blog and I have not had […]
It all started a year ago when I was just an information-hungry girl trying to figure out how to establish a blog and write. I needed a way to document some of my experiences and thoughts, build a platform and make connections. The prelude to my story intended to set the stage for a book! […]
I stood outside the open window on a warm summer evening listening to the music play. My neighbors who loved to drink and play music till all hours of the night had become a familiar sound to me. The humming and singing, along with the guitar and keyboard filtered through the trailer park. I was […]
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