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What It’s All About

Sometimes all of the stresses of life seem to come at you from all angles. There are days when you have to run from emails, to working lunches, to oldest kid’s school, to the orthodontist, to the youngest kid’s school, and finally home to finish up the work day (purely hypothetical, right?). They leave you feeling like there’s just not enough of you to go around. Then, when you’re sitting at your laptop distracted as all get out, your beautiful girls, who have really found a blossoming friendship this winter, make you look up and see what’s really important in life. Instantly, my day was made.

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Shortly thereafter I finished reading The Half-Blood Prince, but that’s a whole other story…

5 Comments

  • At 2015.02.25 04:44, Serena said:

    Don’t you just love those moments

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    • At 2015.02.25 08:53, Beth Hoffman said:

      I love this post and photo!

      • At 2015.02.25 11:15, Ti said:

        Kids. Sometimes they show up when you need it 😉 Mine showed up with ice cream for me while I was reading in bed last night. I NEVER eat ice cream in bed or past a certain time but she brought it, and I needed it, so I ate it.

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        • At 2015.02.25 13:29, Kay said:

          And when you are 15-20 years beyond this moment in your life, as I am, you will be so happy that you looked up and documented it. Honestly. When you look back from down the road, what do you think you’ll remember? The work stuff, the bustle of the day, or even (sadly) the books – no, you’ll remember this moment with your girls. I promise you that. Well done.

          • At 2015.03.01 11:52, Sheila (Book Journey) said:

            Love it … and love the socks! 🙂

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