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June in numbers

I have this post brewing, but no drive to complete it. I've been spending my moments cuddling my munchkins, swimming with friends and  watching thunderstorms with my husband. When tragedy strikes, I find that I turn inwards and have a difficult time doing the normal things that bring me joy. Part of me just wants to carry the cross for Mel and take away her pain. The other part of me just wants to soak up every minute I'm graced with. So continuing the peaceful silence from Friday's post, I will keep my friend and her family in my heart and will be back blogging when it feels right again.

Because I normally do the month in review post, here is the link up. I'll get to my post some other time.


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  1. Take all the time you need and I'm sending you the biggest virtual hug ever!

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  2. Oh no!!! I took a little blogging break myself last week and was just about to catch up on all your posts... I'm so sorry to hear about your friend, Deena. Ugh, not an easy thing to deal with. I hope you are getting through this and enjoying the 4th of July weekend with your fam!

    Xox Dana Ivy // www.iadorewhatilove.com

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  3. We're here when you're ready...

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  4. so sorry friend... take ALL the time you need, we'll be here

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  5. Big hugs friend. Thanks for be real and being honest. Continued prayers.

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  6. Continued prayers for you and Mel. Just take each day as you can. Hold those babies even closer. I think that is the hardest part of having your babies grow up and be successful adults somewhere a zillion miles away from home....I miss the hugs.

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  7. Katie Mitchell05 July, 2016 06:56

    Hugs and love coming your way friend!! Been thinking about you a lot!! And look forward to reading more from you when you're ready!! xo

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  8. Prend ton temps ma belle. All the love.

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  9. I am so sorry about your friend her young daughter - how very sad and tragic. Loosing someone young is devastating and so sudden. Thinking of you.

    Lisa
    Daily Style Finds

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  10. I am extremely sorry for your loss, thinking of you and sending you lots of love! XO -Kim

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  11. Definitely let the blog slide and return to it as and when you can - other things are your focus now, quite rightly. I'm so sorry for your loss.

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  12. Thinking about you! Hugs! Take all the time you need. The blog will be here when you are ready! That is part of the beauty of blogging!

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