Welcome to the Sweet Pea Project's Blog, part of the Sweet Pea Project's effort to create a supportive and compassionate community for those of us affected by the death of a child. Here you will find updates on the Sweet Pea Project, as well as anything going on in the world that relates to childloss. If you have a suggestion for a topic you would like to see discussed here, I'd love to hear it. Please make sure you stop by the official website, www.sweetpeaproject.org and feel free to email me for any reason at anytime at Stephanie@sweetpeaproject.org.
peace, Stephanie Cole (Madeline's Mom)

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Still Standing Magazine, People & Perspective, & More!

We are excited to share with you that an essay about E.E. Cummings and the cells of our sweet babies, written by Sweet Pea Project's own Stephanie Paige Cole, was published today in Still Standing Magazine.  You can click here to read the essay: http://stillstandingmag.com/2014/02/changed/ and please feel free to hop over to the magazine's facebook page to share your thoughts on the piece.
This is also a very exciting week for us over here at Sweet Pea Project.  Stephanie and Catherine Bayly, the editors of to linger on hot coals, were on the People & Perspectives radio show this morning for a 20 minute long interview on the book, Sweet Pea Project, and the ways in which we continue to parent our children.  The segment was broadcasted on 4 stations, but if you missed it you can listen now at http://chirb.it/9I8tDp.  Stephanie will also be interviewed on live TV on Good Day PA tomorrow!  We'll be posting a link to that interview on the In The News  page on our website, so check back soon for that.
And last, we want to remind you that it is now just 2 weeks until Sweet Pea Project's Poetic Gathering, presented by OBGYN of Lancaster, at Mulberry Art Studios on March 8.  Food For Thought Catering will be putting together a delicious spread of food, and we want to be sure we have enough for everyone, so please click on the link at www.sweetpeaproject.org/poetrywww.sweetpeaproject.org/poetry and let us know if you plan to attend this beautiful, free event.

We hope you are all having a peaceful weekend.

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