Courage doesn’t always roar.
Sometimes courage is in the quiet voice
At the end of the day saying,
“I will try again tomorrow.”
-Mary Anne Radmacher

It has been a rough couple of months.  But I can’t forget how wonderful it has been, despite the periodic down shifts that turn my thoughts to mud.  I’ve learned that the closer you get to someone, the more you notice the little things that make up the person.  When it’s good, it’s great.  When it’s bad, it’s dangerous.  Every day we must learn to deal with the emotions that are both ours and theirs, weave them into a pattern that blankets the heart on cold, wintry nights…

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