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    April in Review

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    I have a question.

    HOW IS IT MAY NOW, AND HOW DO WE ONLY HAVE 30 DAYS LEFT UNTIL THE WEDDING, AND WHY ISN’T TIME GOING FASTER?

    Leave it to me to ask the deep questions of life. *pondering look*

    Anyhoo.

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    A Bit of a Life Update & Wedding Plan B

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    Greetings, one and all!

    Life. It’s gotten a little crazy recently, right? I’m sure it is for all of you. For me, quarantine or self-isolation hasn’t been too bad, honestly, and I am sad that isn’t the case for many. For most, I think! I generally stay at home for the most part, but I have missed church. And I had a TON of events planned for April and May that haven’t or won’t happen, but it still doesn’t feel very different.

    There have, however, been some times of intense struggle.

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    The Arrival of Spring

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    pc: Andrew

    Well. Long time now write, eh? Life has taken quite the turn. Our wedding did an about face (more on that later) and life in general got interesting and busy! Now, we’re counting down to the wedding (38 days!) and I can hardly believe it’s coming so soon. I promise I’ll post a real life update soon, but until then, here are some springy farm photos I took recently. Enjoy. :)

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    March Rambles

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    March was not the highlight of my year.

    Of course, it wasn’t the lowlight either; obviously the year isn’t over yet, so I don’t know which month will be the worst. And March couldn’t have been too awful – I saw Andrew! It can get much, much worse. But it can also get better. I shall hope for the best. *nods resolutely*

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    Remember

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    It’s raining.

    It smells like spring rain, and that’s a smell I almost forgot. Always do, until I catch a whiff of it, in March. And it smells glorious. Like rich, clean dirt; like foggy mountains; like new leaves growing and turning green from the tiny red ones.

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