The Midnight Heart

Writing about Motherhood, Miscarriage and my Expat Life for Motherland

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“Originally from the Welsh Valleys, poet and mother-of-two Zoe Brigley Thompson reflects on life in Pennsylvania – from miscarriage to skimming stones in the forest, and the terrifyingly competitive “momhood” culture”. http://motherland.net/travel/my-expat-life-12/

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