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Friday, April 14, 2017


Every single one of us can be a blessing to someone else. Even better if we try to be a blessing to everyone we meet.

Last week was hard. Very hard. I don't know why. After several good weeks, Victor's behaviors were escalating again and it's difficult to parent those kinds of behaviors. I was exhausted.

And then on Sunday I found 2 envelopes in our church mailbox. The first contained some gift cards so I could schedule some breaks from cooking. Just a thank you from friends.

And then I opened this gift from an anonymous giver who just wanted to encourage and bless.

And she did. Victor loves my new bracelet which spells HAPPINESS in braille. A reminder to find happiness everyday.

Thank you.

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