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Angie Ballard
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I believe anything worth doing can be done in jammies.
I believe anything worth doing can be done in jammies.

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Angie Ballard commented on a post on Blogger.
Beautiful, Kerri! I appreciate everything so much more now than I did a decade ago. 

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Angie Ballard commented on a post on Blogger.
Jacob is one lucky boy to have such wonderful, loving parents. I'm sure he will grow up to be a man who cherishes his family since he'll always remember the trials you went through to bring him into the world!

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Angie Ballard commented on a post on Blogger.
How funny! We've actually found something where we are polar opposites :) Maybe it's just because the last few years I worked I was carrying at least two pagers and two cell phones at all times plus listening for overhead pages for myself and whatever doctors I was with. I'd get twitchy if I didn't get an hour or two of silence EVERY DAY. If I'm alone at home there's no TV, no radio, the computer is muted, I don't answer the landline, and only people I WANT to talk to have my cell number!

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Angie Ballard commented on a post on Blogger.
Don't let anyone bust your chops for homeschooling. Any elementary teacher (in my state at least) will tell you their biggest frustrations are giving so much time to kids who "act out" that the gifted kids don't get anything extra, and that they have to "teach for the tests" - the standardized tests by which the school gets measured - rather than teaching the content the kids want and need to learn. My youngest would have flourished in a homeschooling environment. My eldest, not so much. You know in your heart what's right for your son - keep at it!

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Angie Ballard commented on a post on Blogger.
Oh, girl, we'd be so tired after writing out those signs they wouldn't be legible at the bottom and we'd have to wait and try to wear them the next day! sigh

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Angie Ballard commented on a post on Blogger.
Kerri, you always inspire me! I'm STILL having problems accepting how dependent I am. And you're right. I just need to turn it all over to God, and rest in the security of my dependence on him. Read the post I LITERALLY just posted before reading this and you'll see why I needed your perspective so much. So blessed to call you my friend!!

Angie Ballard commented on a post on Blogger.
There is nothing that turns my mood around faster than doing something nice for someone else. It's like pushing an emotional "reset" button when I'm feeling grumpy!

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Angie Ballard commented on a post on Blogger.
Oh, Kerri, this is just perfect. BEFORE I thought I was real, I thought all the busyness, all the details, were important. Now, AFTER, I am real, and the way I think about life and interact with people is completely different. I can't say that if given the choice I'd choose the pain of becoming real, but I do appreciate the results
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