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Amy Breitmann
Author, speaker, and owner of Blue Jean Communications
Author, speaker, and owner of Blue Jean Communications
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In a world full of technology, handwriting still holds the most power. Are you in for a little challenge? Let's bring back the lost art of the handwritten note.
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The greeting card aisle is going to be packed this week at the grocery store- dozen of folks swarmed around to find just the right words to stick in an envelope.

It’s coming Sunday: Mother’s Day.

This is the day we set aside to celebrate moms and all they mean to us. Seventy-five percent of all the flower sales in the U.S. each year happen THIS weekend. That’s a lot of roses, ya’ll.

For many moms and their children this is a beautiful day filled with family and flowers, good food and gifts. We will smile and thank our families and share a meal, and it will be restful. I anticipate it will be that way for me. But this is far from reality for many.

Because sometimes there are no words and no bouquets.

This one's for you.

#MothersDay

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We really do need to look back before we look forward. I'm sharing some fun news and a recap of some of the "Beloved Faves" of 2017. Come on over. (Pretty exciting announcement at the very end, too!)
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So many have asked me how they can help in # Haiti HERE is what you can do:
http://t.co/JWuorTBMlk
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Haiti: Where Hope Radiates.
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Maybe I love the story of Mary Magdalene because God chooses a woman to send first.

But not just any woman, a  very broken woman.
A woman who had been healed of what haunted her seven times over.

I’m thinking this was not an accident.
Maybe when Jesus told her to go He knew she would be His great messenger.

http://belovedinbluejeans.com/when-jesus-tells-a-girl-to-go/
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The rustic wall reminds me that our stories are overlapping and I remember once again that it is only reclaimed wood and nails that keep us all together.
The Hammering Sound of Hope
The Hammering Sound of Hope
belovedinbluejeans.com
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Every January I’m reminded a bit of my brokenness. The tree branches are bare and the road feels kind of lonely in quiet new ways. My resolutions seem shallow.
 
But January also reminds me of a story. . .
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"Then, we were given new names.
In the midst of grief & pain, of fighting despair, I was re-named the most unlikely choice.
Brightness.
Ironic don’t you think? Name me anything but bright."
Brightness Through The Clouds
Brightness Through The Clouds
belovedinbluejeans.com
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Iowa is the place of my roots. The land that I love. The place where memories stretch as far as the dirt road ahead of me. It is where I learned to marvel at creation and where I took my first big fall in the feed bunks. Where I learned the painful process of healing.

And it's also where I fell in love with Haiti.

Come hear the beautiful story of Jennifer Lee's recent trip to Haiti and how hearts can stretch across an ocean.
#ViBella #reclaimingbeauty
Heartland
Heartland
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