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Worldwide Support

Morning there divided lesser gathering, sea make dont. Void two image shed cattle male creepeth saw let together sixth youll. God was be kind great.

Worldwide Support

Morning there divided lesser gathering, sea make dont. Void two image shed cattle male creepeth saw let together sixth youll. God was be kind great.

Worldwide Support

Morning there divided lesser gathering, sea make dont. Void two image shed cattle male creepeth saw let together sixth youll. God was be kind great.

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  • January 30, 2012

    R.I.P. Taggy

    Last week we suffered a big loss. Taggy, my three-year-old son’s security blanket and B.F.F., disappeared. All search efforts inside and outside our home have come up empty handed. I’ve questioned my little boy numerous times about Taggy’s whereabouts, and I’ve gotten several entertaining answers. First, I was told that a baby stole it. I don’t know about your neighborhood, but mine apparently is [...]

  • January 5, 2012

    99 and counting

    I can tell you exactly how many ornaments were on my Christmas tree this year—99. I know this because I counted them as I removed them from the tree one by one and documented each in a notebook. By each number, I’ve written a description of the ornament, where it came from or who made it, who it was given to and any interesting [...]

  • November 22, 2011

    Our Giving Tree

    One of my biggest hopes for my children is that they grow into adults who put gratitude into practice. I whole-heartedly want them to appreciate the people in their lives and the things and opportunities that they have. To kick start the holiday season with a thankful heart, we made a Thanksgiving tree to hang on the wall by our kitchen table. Trust me. [...]