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I love that sentiment. So original and cool – that’s a leaf on the windshield, right? So pretty. If you get a chance, check my page out this afternoon. 🙂 XOXO – Bacon
Thanks!!! Will check it out!
Last week was a bit traumatic for me as soon as I heard the words, “It is the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy” on the news. The last three years have been a blur for me and my family as we dealt with three bad storms that caused extended power outages and lots of damage to our area. In my computer graphics class, the instructor mentioned that this is the first year there wasn’t a natural disaster to disrupt class and limit access to campus computers to work on projects. I am feeling better today, but last week brought up a lot of emotions, and I realize that although I am very much prepared for future disasters (with emergency supplies and plans), I haven’t really worked through the emotional aspect of year after year of traumatic disasters quite yet.
Michele, I am so sorry you had to experience all that! It really does take time to process & I wish you all the best as you work through it. 🙂