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What Christmas Means to Me (+ a secret)

I’ve got a secret to share at the bottom of this post, but first here’s my current physical status: only 3 gifts wrapped only 3 more gifts to buy things to bake: gingerbread cookies for our annual ninjabread cookies for Santa and french bread for family dinner piles of laundry to do: 8? 9? I don’t even know.  […]

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Some 2,000 years ago, the people of God waited. Having been 400 years since they had heard from Him, they probably wondered if He had forgotten about them. And still, some held out hope that they would see the prophecies of old come true. Today, we might have a similar question in our minds: has […]

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Embracing the Imperfect at Christmas | www.therescuedletters.com

It started out with lovely intentions: my vision for Christmas this year. Because there really isn’t another time of the year that prods my desire for perfection more than the holidays. Perfectly wrapped gifts. Perfectly decorated tree. Perfect plans to partake in all of the holiday festivities. Perfect family pictures for the Christmas cards. Perfect […]

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Diagnosed with an incurable genetic disorder that I inherited from my mom, I know what it's like living with a story that is not easy. I've got a slew of major medical events in my chart. Oh and my doctors tell me that my life expectancy with vEDS is 48. So there’s that.

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