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honestly

How to be Vulnerable

“Can I cry?” The deluge of tears and snot began, of course, before this terse sentence had even left my lips. I was mired in a season of life where I felt like nothing but one huge, raw, exposed nerve. read more

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Lessons on ... Everything

This month on Hello, Darling, we asked some of our closest friends to share the nitty-gritty, how-to of the things they do well. There are recipes, craft ideas, household ideas, friendship ideas, relationship ideas - basically, we cover the entire gamut. Plus, Jackie shares her yummy brownie recipe! read more

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Finding a Place to Bloom

I once heard a speaker talk about how each of us is a beautiful masterpiece. I scoffed inwardly as the speaker shared these words. I spent much of my life believing there was no way this was true about me. I didn’t feel at all like a masterpiece, and I certainly didn’t feel beautiful. read more

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DIY Projects That Won’t Break Your Back or the Bank

We are the ones who live by the highway with a huge triangular garden, big enough for the rototiller to turn up between peat-moss rows of carrots and corn - its tassels like golden flags - plump raspberries and bright red strawberries which stain my boys' lips. read more

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2015 March Activity Calendar

Sunny and warm one day, cold and snowy the next, March is tempestuous. Have some March fun with your kids to make the schizophrenic weather more bearable. read more