My sister lost a baby when she was 6 months pregnant. It was so hard to watch her go through such a tragedy. She still struggles with it today. If you are a woman who is dealing with infant loss, infertility or miscarriage then please click here to find out about A Day of Hope-The Prayer Flag Project.

When my sister lost her baby, Sarah, she and her husband Ned planted a tree outside their home in memory of their baby girl. Even though they went on to have their Rainbow Baby, Delaney, they still struggle with the loss.

That is what A Day of Hope-The Prayer Flag Project is all about. If you have or are struggling with the loss of an infant, infertility or miscarriage, this is for you. If you know someone who struggles with these tragedies, this is for you too. My good friend and acupuncturist, Kristen Burris of Eagle Acupuncture, is inviting you to Eagle Acupuncture tomorrow night at 7 to join in the world wide event, A Day of Hope-The Prayer Project, and string your flags together with others who have or are going through the same sadness. Even if you did not make a flag, you are still invited to come out and show your support. Break the silence of suffering. Together we can inspire hope and healing. Click here for more details and find out what you need to bring to build your flag.