Monthly Archives: October 2016

“I can do it myself!” Hang out with any strong-willed toddler and you’ll likely hear those words. I know they were on my lips as a kid because my mom likes to remind me that my stubborn, independent streak showed up early and often (and my husband will tell you it’s a trait that’s been......
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“Bittersweet is the idea that in all things there is both something broken and something beautiful, that there is a sliver of lightness on even the darkest nights, a shadow of hope in every heartbreak, and that rejoicing is no less rich when it contains a splinter of sadness.” Shauna Niequist Bittersweet (p. 11) If......
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