Tag: love

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…and tomorrow. And the next day.

“And I must surely admit…that, if my house was a house of cards, the sooner it was knocked down the better.”

– C.S. Lewis, A Grief Observed (p.38)

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Book Review: I Owe You One (Sohpie Kinsella)

But when does Family First cross a line? And why should Fixie always come last?

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Book Review: Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance (Ruth Emmie Lang)

“He wasn’t really my brother, but he was my family and one of the best friends I ever had.” (Lydia)

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I’m Thankful You Tried

No matter what, I’ll always fight for you, cubby.

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Book Review: When We Found Home (Susan Mallery)

This is a journey of healing, of family and of learning to trust.

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Book Review: Good Me, Bad Me (Ali Land)

What did you see, Annie.
What did you see?

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Whether You’re Right or Wrong, You’re Not the Mom, but You Can Be My Friend. (Tips on Encouraging vs Preaching)

“I hope you know you’re capable & brave & significant even when it feels like you’re not.”

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Book Review: Beartown (Fredrik Backman)

“Never trust people who don’t have something in their lives that they love beyond all reason.”
― Fredrik Backman, Beartown

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The Day I Got Lost on a Mountain: A Funny Story, Actually.

So there I was! Stranded!