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January 22, 2009

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Good news! All of life is Plan B, so it always works itself out.

i have to say Great JOB!
Congratulations.
Its my Dad's favorite team.

Wow - I bet he (and the whole family) must be soooo excited!!! Amazing isnt it - if a door shuts, look for an open window......

:)

Man, he is a cutie! Don't tell him I said that :-)

As you and I both know, sometimes plan B works out even better than plan A. I felt so proud of Stevie as I was reading your post! He is such a motivated, driven , intelligent young man! You have done such a fabulous job with him!(and your girls, of course!)

Are you feeling more settled into your "new normal" lately? I still find myself flopping around a bit, but I'm getting it.

Love and hugs,
Deb

Great to read the story Kathy after hearing you share the other day. I'm proud for him too!!!
~v~

Hey, stop by and read the post "friends." You're up!

Hi Kathy... can't wait to see what happens!

Wow, this is incredible news. I'm just bookmarking your site to look at later. I love your work! And thanks for visiting Sacred Ordinary and leaving such a nice comment.

Wow, this is incredible news. I'm just bookmarking your site to look at later. I love your work! And thanks for visiting Sacred Ordinary and leaving such a nice comment.

How wonderful for your son, and I can just feel your pride in him reaching his dreams... and straight A's, incredible. I also love your collage in his honor! Roxanne

That is wonderful! So great to hear how well he is doing with "plan B"!

hugs,
Deb

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