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Happy Father’s Day

When I was growing up, one thing I was always sure of was my dad. There was never, ever a moment in my life that I didn’t believe that my dad would be right there. We are a lot alike … Continue reading

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What Can You Do to Help Them?

Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world–Jms. 1:27. She came skipping down the driveway at 1:30 in the morning, … Continue reading

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Book Debut and Giveaway

This is a really busy weekend, but I just wanted to stop in to let you know that my book is now available for pre-orders on Amazon!   Just click on the picture to place an order on Amazon! And … Continue reading

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Who Am I?: Answering the Tough Questions

Who am I? This question is probably one of the most common questions that adopted children ask at some point in their lives. The feelings of insecurity can crop up at the most unexpected moments and leave them filled with … Continue reading

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Myth-Busting Monday: You Are Called to This

Do you remember my post about Drake? He was one of the orphans in China who was waiting for a forever family. Did you notice I said was?! Finally–finally!–he has been matched with a family, and he will be coming home … Continue reading

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