All That is Seen and Unseen takes you on a journey through the heartwrenching experience of losing a child in the first trimester. This loss is typically brushed aside due to society’s opinion that a loss this early doesn’t matter. Women are often left to grieve in silence. The story is full of Elizabeth’s most private journal entries. You will walk alongside her as she introduces you to her life and learns of her pregnancy. Despite the years she suffered through infertility, her pregnancy was a complete surprise and Elizabeth was unhappy due to the timing. She quickly has a change of heart and began to love the new life growing inside her. However, like many other women who endure pregnancy losses, she had a looming feeling she would lose her baby.
Elizabeth takes you into the exam rooms with her as she watches her baby grow, only to discover that her feelings of loss were confirmed just eight weeks into her pregnancy. Elizabeth will walk you through her devastation, grief, and recovery. All That is Seen and Unseen comes to an end with resources and information regarding miscarriage including a common complication from a routine procedure that may interfere with a woman’s future fertility as well as what women can do to help honor the baby they lost.
Have you ever wondered what a police officer’s first night on the job is like? Officer Elizabeth Petrucelli is a rookie working in a small town in Colorado but she has no idea that she will experience many comical struggles as she begins her first shift. From putting on the restrictive uniform, driving the police car, sorting out a family fight, to making her first traffic stop, Elizabeth fumbles through every experience.
The First Night; Small Town Fumblings of a Rookie Police Officer is an amusing account of Officer Petrucelli’s first night on the job. You won’t find a police thriller or even a crime mystery here, just a short story about her neurotic experiences.
The Miscarriage Handbook, “It’s Not Just a Heavy Period,” helps women understand what they may experience when they learn their baby has died or are experiencing a miscarriage. This book helps caregivers provide women with the ultimate resource on what to expect, the woman’s options for delivering her baby, helps the family understand and choose a final resting place for the physical form of their baby’s body, warning signs during miscarriage, after care for the woman, grief and mourning, and memorializing their baby.
The book also gives readers ideas for how to tell their friends and family, how others may react including their partner and living children, and a guide for friends and family on how to help and what to say/not say. Tear outs are included which helps the grieving family share their needs with others. The book encompasses all aspects of miscarriage and the grief women may experience.