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The Value of Family

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The Value of Family
Let’s chat about families. Do family values matter anymore? I am not a typically traditional person. My family did not start out in the most traditional way with marriage coming first, but there are some traditions that I do value. Families come in all shapes & sizes, some happen buy chance naturally, some take time to build with hope & love, and some are made by choice. One is not better than the other, but they all take work to keep them together. Do families break down because someone just decides to stop putting in the work or have values really changed so much that exchanging your family for another life is acceptable?

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The Freedom of Independence

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The Freedom of Independence
On this 4th of July I want to take a moment to reflect on what Independence Day is, and why we celebrate it. I know that its the day the we gained independence from the tyrannical rule of the British monarchy, but what does that mean and why is it so important?

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Perfect Imperfections

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Perfect Imperfections
Do you have someone in your life that drives you crazy but you can’t live without them? I do, and today I want to give a huge shoutout to my husband, Mike. Lord knows we’ve had our struggles but I couldn’t go through this life without him.

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Home Improvement or Bust?

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Home Improvement or Bust?

Why do projects always take longer than anticipated? You have instructions that say it should take 2 hours, or you watch a YouTube video and they can do it in 6 hours, but when you attempt at home it takes 2 days longer! Anyone else experience this? This weeks edition of Sunday’s Soapbox is all about the unreality expectations for projects! 

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