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January 21, 2005


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i think i need to read this every day that Sagan turns in to Monster Boy (like, oh, last night?).

very eloquent.

very true.


Beautiful post. Course I'm many hours away, but this was a good post to start my morning, and get centered again. Thank you.


Wow...I am going to have my husband read this. Very inspirational. I just found your site, so I don't know your story, but you sound like an amazing individual.


You write so beautifully Tess - and what you write is so true & perfectly put.


Very lovely.


Isn't it strange that perspective to times that seem trying in the present will give them a certain allure later? I've found myself thinking that about more than a few times recently about different stages in my life. A longing almost. To go back to before. Before I knew the things I know now. To times that I didn't think I liked particularly then.

The Age of Innocence?


Tess- I am a fellow TC poster who randomly pulled up your blog today. (I had this bokmarked from when the tsunami first happened). I needed this.
I appreciate your wisdom and your godly perspective on life.
Thank you & God Bless!!


I think you forgot to add "this was the year my most dearest and loyal friend Maddy enriched my life with her humor, kindness and delightful pesonality"...hummm....


Tess, I "lurk" on the preemie baby board on TTC. All of you with preemies inspire me to be a better mother.

You are one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen. And when I say beautiful, I mean truly beautiful. Your children are lucky to have you as a wonderful mom and they are beautiful as well. The way Carys laughs at Seb, it's wonderful. Hold your chin up and lean on everyone for support.




This post is wonderful. You have such a great outlook on life. I wish that the whole world could read this as it is so profound.
I spent most of the day thinking about what you said.
You must be an amazing person to have such insight. From what I've read about you, you are a very strong woman. May you continue to overcome life's struggles with such grace.

-from a fellow Canadian (Ontario)

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