Monthly Archives: February 2014

this is a project that has been burning a hole in my heart. we all sing our pure and shaky and earnest songs, to ourselves, our kids, our pasts. we sing because we need to hear our voices out loud, because it gets lonely sometimes, because it hurts, because the joy cannot fit in our […]

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  • Suzanne - I am taken aback once again. Reading all of them over and over like a good book I wish wouldn’t end. xoxoReplyCancel

  • honor /// motherhood with a camera | ▲WORKHOUSE▽ - […] Motherhood with a Camera is the kind of thing that encompasses you and makes you feel like you are part of something larger than any blog can hold, a sisterhood of common understanding that is shared through the rite of labor (in all its forms).  I am truly thankful to be a part of this hymn, to belt out loudly alongside others and softly sing the praises of motherhood- every bit of the joyous, incredible,  miraculous, self exposing journey that it is. […]ReplyCancel

  • Bee - Sitting here weeping…again. Maybe because my heart hurts for other people’s hurts, but maybe because I feel a part of a something bigger…I’m really not alone. XOReplyCancel

  • Erika - Once again my favorite thing to read on the Internet.ReplyCancel

  • celeste Pavlik - I have no words other than I think this is my favorite one to date. Every single image, and word on this page has moved me. Just beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Cate Wnek - Oh my, oh my, I am going to read this again and again. I am so inspired to write after seeing this wonderful collection. I wish I could have this whole post in the most beautiful book. I guess that is what I need to do, to write, and make a book for myself like this, just a tad bit as beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Ingrid - These posts draw me visually and emotionally. I tend to immerse myself in the words and afterwards I look at the photos and read the posts again. I love this project..I think it truly opens up the heart of a mother, a father a woman a man.. and projects what they are holding inside.ReplyCancel

  • Elise Hanna - Absolutely speechless. These posts set me free. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • candy - honored, yes. thankful.
    i will be loosing someone any minute, hour or day. I need this strength. I mostly need these words. true feelings exist and we need to shout them out.

    thank-you amy grace.ReplyCancel

  • tamar - so honoured to be part of this. thanks again Amy xReplyCancel