I’d like to take a moment and call attention toReturn to Zero, a film about stillbirth starring Minnie Driver and Paul Adelstein. This movie is written, directed and produced by Sean Hanish, a babyloss dad who’s son Norbert was stillborn full term. This is the first movie to tackle stillbirth, and we think it needs to be seen. If you would like more information on this film and how you can help ensure it makes it to theaters in your city, visit their website or their Facebook page.
Join Face2Face Austin tomorrow, Saturday June 23rd at 4pm for coffee, dessert, and good company! Please order your coffee/food first and tell them its with Face2Face Austin (there is an hourly minimum for food and drink, so they need to tally up what we spend). Genuine Joe’s Coffee is on Anderson Lane, close to the intersection of Anderson Lane and Burnet Rd.
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We extend a special salute to all fathers this week, both those of living children and children gone too soon. We hope that this holiday is a gentle one for you all.
Link of the Week, from Still Standing Magazine
“Jon we need to go. Something is wrong.”
We phoned my parents. Jumped into our car and began to drive. All I could muster in between my fervent prayers was…
“No matter what. No matter what. We will be ok, no matter what. No matter what Carrie,” and so I drove.
So, here we stand. Nearly 11 years later surrounded by the “No Matter What.”