Monday, June 22, 2009


On Saturday we went to see Michigan's only Petroglyphs. What are they, you ask. They are ancient carvings that are about 800 years old. With the state of Michigan's economy, we can't afford to keep them open, so they are only open one day a year now. It was the first time I have seen them, and they were amazing.

You could get right up to them. You could actually touch the rock. I kept looking at these carvings, these mysteries, and wondering what they meant. Did the person (or people) who carved these so many lifetimes ago know that someday people would be in awe of them?

Which got me thinking about this blog.

Years from now, I hope that people look at it and wonder what in the hell I mean by Still Birth. I really hope that there is no such thing as Deadbabyland. I hope that these writings are a mystery to them- something they can't comprehend.


Inanna said...

How cool! We're gonna go next year! :)

JenJen said...

What a cool trip. I actually saw a cool commercial yesterday about all the things to do in Michigan, and I told my hubby "hey, lets go there!"

I, too, hope the word stillborn becomes a thing of ancient history.