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what kind of GRACE: my honest thoughts on a complicated time

Let’s be absolutely clear: if I had said I DETEST Trump just five years ago, no one would have batted an eyelash. I detested Trump then for sure. I paid ZERO attention to him as a personality or pseudo-businessman. I was repulsed by his very face. NOW he is in my face EVERY SINGLE DAY.… Continue reading what kind of GRACE: my honest thoughts on a complicated time

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the balancing act of leaving

Since we’ve announced our move to Montana, we’ve been faced with a roller-coaster of emotions and responses. It’s been so interesting to watch and consider as we plan the next two months. It truly is a tightrope act, being very excited about our future and still feeling very emotionally and spiritually invested in where we… Continue reading the balancing act of leaving

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when you can’t move away from you

There’s nothing like moving to a new place to rethink your life and priorities. You box up all the Stuff that you have loved with all your heart or have barely even noticed for the past however many years you’ve lived where you currently live. I have many things that have 3 years’ worth of… Continue reading when you can’t move away from you

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how to be proactively reactive

So many bad things could be avoided if the people in horror movies actually watched horror movies. They just aren’t prepared for things. Like why would you not lock the door behind you? Or use a plastic beach chair to prop against the door? You wouldn’t. Unless the script says you do. And then it’s… Continue reading how to be proactively reactive