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:: today

today was a big one for two little girls in Uganda they met the women who have prayed for them loved them, watched them grow, longed for them for the past seven months today was better than I could have ever imagined it feels so right and perfect and planned the four of us have […]

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  • Jessica Rudder - It may be an end, but it’s a beautiful one.

    Also, should I ever be blessed with a baby girl, I want you to be her personal stylist. I’m consistently blown away by how adorably the girls in your care were dressed. Eli was dressed cute too, but I’m a sucker for little girls’ clothes.ReplyCancel

  • CIndy - Wonderful news!ReplyCancel

:: capture gratitude [101-110]

**I don’t know if enough people read this to make “linking up” any fun, but if you’d like to do a Sunday “capture gratitude” post, leave me a comment with your blog link so that others can enjoy your snaps of gratitude. The idea behind these posts was taken from the following quotation from Fredrick […]

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  • Sara - Hey Mandie. Love the post this week. Miss you and everyone and even Ugandan take out and red dirt. I love my let love grow shirt too. And I can’t believe E3 and AR are six months old. How did that happen?ReplyCancel

  • Erin Onesko - Hi Mandie… I’m sure you saw that I copied your idea… but your posts always bring me to tears and make my gratitude so much bigger. We continue to be amazed by you every day. Hope all is well. Will miss you in SC!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly - I love your blog so much and I love reading your posts! It’s a great reminder of how precious life is and how grateful I should be for the life I have.

    Thank you for taking the time to post! You have a truly amazing heart.

    KellyReplyCancel

  • Kelly Rackley - This is a GREAT idea! I’ll be joining next week and so will my daughter Melissa!! :) ReplyCancel

  • Tiana - http://tianajane.wordpress.com/2011/09/03/capture-gratitude-3/

    My Capture Gratitude this week centered around the aftermath of Hurricane Irene on the US East Coast …ReplyCancel

:: capture gratitude [31-40]

**I don’t know if enough people read this to make “linking up” any fun, but if you’d like to do a Sunday “capture gratitude” post, leave me a comment with your blog link so that others can enjoy your snaps of gratitude. The idea behind these posts was taken from the following quotation from Fredrick […]

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