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  • Aug 20 , 2019

    The Struggle IS Real...

    Have you ever felt your heart might break in your chest?  The first day of kindergarten can be one of the hardest days of a momma’s life. I remember when my oldest started kinder. I remember hearing her calling out to me in tears as I walked ...

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  • Jun 25 , 2019

    Living En Pointe - Sara Kerr

    Dance is like riding a bike; once you learn how to turn, you never forget. It has been nearly a decade since I last stepped foot on the dance floor, but I remember this feeling like it was yesterday. I remember the pointe shoes, the satin wrapped around my feet, ...

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  • Mar 19 , 2019

    Is Self Care Really that Important?

    Is self care really that important? Yes, absolutely! You owe it to the ones you love to take care of yourself, so why don’t you do it? It is probably because of these 3 reasons:  Not understanding its importance  Full schedules  Resistant to changing habits Why ...

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  • Feb 19 , 2019

    Bring it on!

    As a mother, I hear a certain phrase uttered over and over, "Yeah, but it's hard!" I signed my athletically-challenged daughter up for volleyball camp a couple of years ago. She begged me to let her quit claiming with certainty that she simply can't handle workouts ...

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  • Feb 12 , 2019

    "Exhale" -Sara Kerr

    “It’s okay to not be okay. This is a safe place. Don’t be afraid, don’t be ashamed, there’s still hope here. No matter what you’ve done or who you are, everyone is welcome in His arms. Just let go ...

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  • Jan 15 , 2019

    Baby Sunshine - Sara Kerr

    As I was sitting in a session recently, I was reminded that I needed to pray about my word for the year 2019, a word that I can cling to when things get hard or even a word that can remind me of what I need to aspire for. Within just ...

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  • Sep 4 , 2018

    Go Ahead and Get Your Armor

    “The exam will be 5 hours long. I don’t test well, and I’m worried I won’t pass it,” the woman explained. She told me how the anxiety ate at her even though the exam is almost a year away. She would regularly bite the inside of her cheek ...

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  • Jul 10 , 2018

    Sad Things - Carrie Roark

    It has been a sad time for me and my family. And sad things are on my mind. My oldest sister, just 56 years old, contracted pancreatic cancer out of the blue. She went from feeling fine to being completely invalid and needing round the clock care in about 5 weeks. The ...

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  • Jun 4 , 2018

    Running on Empty

    When the text came, I wasn’t even worried. My sister was letting me know she was having some tests done because of some stomach problems she was having. That was 4 weeks ago, and so much has changed. This morning she was admitted into Palliative care. That first appointment led ...

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