A Year In Review

2014 was quite a year. As I look back to reflect on everything I find things that  bring me great joy and some that cause my heart to break all over again.

January-was an exciting month as my baby girl went off to Liberty University. I can hardly believe she left me ; ) but I am happy for her!

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February-brought almost unbearable pain, when we got the call in the middle of the night that my oldest daughter lost a baby to a stillborn death  at 37 weeks. You can read her story here.

March-We celebrated the graduation of my middle daughter from Paul Mitchell beauty school.

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May-we spent a wonderful week at Rehobeth beach, its been a yearly trip now for may years. PS-the shopping is amazing!

June-we made another trip to Texas to see the, Paul Mitchell The School at Arlington’s, graduation. Yep, I cried tears of joy, because of how proud I was of her. Also my son and daughter-in-law purchased a little Farmette, and I was excited to see all the animals they are adding.

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August-my oldest daughter and her family moved from Texas to Pennsylvania to start a church plant in this area. We are so excited to see what the Lord will do in this area. We also got some amazing news-my oldest daughter and her husband are having another baby.

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October-my oldest daughter and her husband purchased a home and the remolding begins. We also spent an incredible day remembering Sophia’s short life at a gathering of strangers that moved me to tears, just to see the number of people that were there.

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December-The year is winding down and up at the same time, lots of new adventures are ahead, as I made the decision to start my blog and talk about and share the things, I get the most enjoyment out of. Of course there is nothing more important than God and family, but a little hobby is like good therapy.

Looking forward to 2015, lets make it a good one.

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