In 1997, I had a seven-centimeter tumor removed from my left ovary. It contained bone, hair and teeth. Today they consider this strange tumor a vanishing twin. “A vanishing twin, also known as fetal resorption, is a fetus in a multi-gestation pregnancy which dies in utero and is then partially or completely reabsorbed by the twin.”
Kathy is currently completing a memoir entitled 'Reckless Grace' and her novel 'Jacob's Vow'. Currently, she is an adjunct assistant professor at Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York. She has four children, two step-children, twelve grandchildren, and her two dogs, Hamlet and Othello.
Kathy's blog is called "Fortifying Your Castle: The Fight Against a Loved One's Addiction".Read Kathy's Blog