Nine crazy years with this kid

by Heather on June 10, 2013

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Nine years ago, we said ‘I do.’ ‘I do’ to being best friends. To love that grows and strengthens and deepens. To inside jokes and deep belly laughs. To growing up and growing old together. To holding hands and sharing dreams. To arguing over silly stuff like why the ending of Lost was perfect and […]

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An admittedly ponderous birthday post

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Today, I turn 30. Thirty years old. How can this be? Yesterday I was seven … and somehow, overnight, twenty-three years of life happened. I have never been one to shy away from an age. When I was growing up, I was proud to turn yet another year older. The funny thing is, the older […]

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Help for Sandy Hook

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The lives lost at Sandy Hook are weighing heavily on my heart, just as they are the nation’s collective conscience. I want to lighten the burden of the families who must move on, who must somehow accept that their child/brother/sister/friend will not be there for this Christmas or any other. These families need time, precious […]

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I hate running … but I love it – Part Deux

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Part Two So, let’s see … where did I leave off? To sum up from Part One: I spent most of my life utterly despising Running. After playing on an intramural soccer team, I realized that running around could actually be kind of fun I trained for and ran a half-marathon Toward the end of […]

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Light in the darkness

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How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world. ~William Shakespeare   Yesterday, an unspeakable darkness descended onto Newton, CT. I cannot fathom the evil that occurred. I can only pray fervently for God to wrap these families up in His comfort and His peace. May we […]

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