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    • Joy Kincaid says

      I know, it's hard not to get caught up in all the activity, especially as the children get older. I think my older children are causing me to crave a more intentional life–the time with them is so short!

  1. Stepanie F says

    Enjoy your break. May you feel refreshed, alive, feel a purpose that is worthy of all God has meant for you to be and to do. God bless and thank you for your wonderful posts! 🙂

  2. Myra @ Busy Hands Quilts says

    I hope you have a rejuvenating hiatus from blogging. I will miss your posts; I have been enjoying them so much. My plan was to break from all media (other than necessary online business) for the month of August, but, but, but. Today is the last day of July, and I don't know!

  3. Anonymous says

    So sorry to hear about your friends little girl

    Thank you for all that you share

    I understand the need to step back and take stock -life is so very precious
    I will miss you-take care
    Blessings to you and your family

    ♥Fiona

  4. Sara says

    What a heartfelt post, and just what I needed. Your blog has been a blessing and I hope you enjoy every moment with your family on your break from blogging. Life is way too short, and precious.
    Blessings,
    Sara