I am learning to live day by day, picking up the pieces and taking baby steps to create the life that I want for my kids and myself

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It wasn’t until both the devastation and anger passed that I finally began to self-reflect on myself. This caused me to really look at the person I was, who I wanted to become and the life I truly wanted to have. So, my marriage was over. That totally sucked but that doesn’t define me as a person. Yes, I was a stay at home mom and housewife. I loved being able to be so involved with my kids this way, but I knew I could find a way to still be involved while supporting our new life as well. I had never really been alone, and that terrified me. Was this my dream?

https://fearlesslyfindingme.wordpress.com/2021/04/27/picking-up-the-pieces

My family home has taught me how to love people even while not really liking them in the moment, how to apologize for something said in anger, how to recognize the importance of maintaining bonds and preserving relationships with those we really truly care about

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The looming horizon of graduation and the end of this season of my life, then college and moving away and the beginning of an entirely new season, has really pushed me to consider what I care about here, and how I’m going to take that with me into the rest of my life.

https://emmillsmakesablog228084560.wordpress.com/2021/04/23/home-is-where-my-heart-is