The SisterWives

I first ‘met’ Kathleen through a blogging group, where I was immediately impressed by her lively, engaging spirit, and her support and encouragement of others. She’s someone who you want to listen to (a good thing for an author, right?). Here’s the thing, though – she writes hard things beautifully, in ways which seem to break the heart and mend it at the same time.

Case in point her piece today. It’s an honour to be trusted with it, and a pleasure to share a piece which speaks so deeply into  the heart of what it means to find yourself in the position of raising children; something which seems to be an unending pattern of love and strife and challenge and wonder. Kathleen shows that the cycle doesn’t stop – not even when your babies have their own children and you enter the next phase of life – because her…

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