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Today, I am actually thankful for the time I've had away from work and school.

I've refreshed my prayer life. I've done creative projects and dreamed, learned about myself.

My dream is to stay in the city where we are and build a life with children and involvement in the community. To see my husband grow and live out his dreams as well.

At first all I could do was obsess over getting a job. But there's great blessing in the time of transition when there's time to reflect and relax.

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I am thankful I only cussed a couple times....usually its more

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Thankful my 88 year old mother isn't using the walker at all now (after being in hospital).   The Lord has strengthen her!

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