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DAY 232 of 365: What DS taught me

I just finished reading Just Beyond The Clouds. I am astonished how people diagnosed with Down Syndrome opened my mind to a lot of things. They reminded me the power of prayer, of God. 263 more words

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DAY 230 of 365: Once in a while, it helped to go back

She narrowed her eyes and tried to fight the memories. But then, in a rush, they came at her with a gale force and she could do anuthing to hold them off.

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DAY 229 of 365: Just Beyond The Clouds

I started reading a new book, Just Beyond The Clouds by Karen Kingsbury. It’s about Elle Dalton and Cody Gunner, how they were brought in each other’s lives and how their siblings who both have Down Syndrome taught them that about life and love. 185 more words

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Karen Kingsbury: Firstborn Series, Book 4: Family

Karen Kingsbury has done an amazing job of blending faith, fun, and drama into the lives of the Baxter family. Her collective series revolves around the Baxter family of Bloomington, Indiana and their trials and triumphs. 454 more words

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Hannah’s Hope by Karen Kingsbury

This book tells us the story of a family who is emotionally detached from one another. From an outsider’s view, Hannah looked like the perfect girl, intelligent, active in extracurricular activities, attends the best school, like she has it all going for her. 194 more words


Thankfulness and Happiness Day 22

I love to read.  Every since I was a small child I loved books.  I have fond memories of my daddy reading Dr. Seuss books to me, that we borrowed from the city library.  59 more words

Is it wrong to question your doctor?

It is reverberatingly quiet in my house right now. I am so used to my fur babies making noise, wanting out or tackling and fussing with each other that when they are at Diva Dogs getting all cleaned up and pretty I don’t really know how to enjoy the peaceful, wondrous peace that is present. 709 more words