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    Sticks and Stones

    Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me My mom said it to me plenty of times as a kid, as many parents, teachers, and any adult who has tried to resolve “petty” drama between prepubescent children has as well. It's a common phrase that has been uttered for almost 200 years.Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt meI am calling bull on that. Words are powerful.   Read More...

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    The Middle

    8:59 pm, April 25, 2018: the moment I was hit by a car.It's been 10 days since this happened and it's still weird to type out. I was hit, by a car. A car hit my body.   Read More...

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    Yeah, same.

    As Christians and the Church, we like to talk about pains and hurt after the fact. We like to talk about all that God has done, our victories in Him. It’s easier to talk about things in the past because it’s safe to do so.   Read More...

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    If I am going to put myself out in the blogosphere, we might as well get to know each other. So let's dive into one of my biggest pains right off the bat. Hooray!February 6, 2017.I will always remember that Monday as the day the unthinkable happened: my boyfriend broke up with me.   Read More...

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    Meet Alexis!

    Madison here! I LOVE that I get this opportunity to introduce you to Alexis because she makes it easy. She's one of the best human beings that God has ever created, so let me tell you a little bit about her.You may be wondering..."why isn't Alexis typing her introduction post?".   Read More...

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