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I've come to realize



Got this meme from Pastor Leanne. Hey, it's Christmas week. What can I say...it's a good time for Meme's and making family videos! :-)

1. I've come to realize that, my last ex: well, I don't have an ex-husband and as far as ex-boyfriends, it's been so long that I'm really not realizing anything about them anymore. My life now has been my life for so long (with my husband and kids) that I've been with them, longer than not - so they are my world. :-) 2. I've come to realize that, when I talk: the important people in my life listen.



3. I've come to realize that, I love: being at home.

.4. I've come to realize that my friends: are heroes for what they do everyday.

5. I've come to realize that, I've lost: a lot of weight and that's pretty darn incredible.

6. I've come to realize that, I hate: laziness.

7. I've come to realize that, marriage is: really great if you just stay the course and don't give up when the going gets tough.

8. I've come to realize that, somewhere, someone is thinking: the same thoughts as me, with the same happiness or frustration - we just both probably feel alone but we're not. 9. I've come to realize that, I'll always be: a writer


10. I've come to realize that, I have a crush on: my husband 11. I've come to realize that, the last time I truly cried was: very needed.

12. I've come to realize that, my cell phone is: the biggest pain in the neck in my life. Every time it rings I cringe.

13. I've come to realize that, when I wake up in the morning: it's a new day with new possibilities. And I don't just mean that as a cliche.

14. I've come to realize that, before I go to sleep at night I: should really remember to wash makeup off...

15. I've come to realize that, right now I am thinking about: too many things I can't do anything about. So I need to stop.

16) I've come to realize that today: I don't need to have any more caffeine.

17. I've come to realize, that tonight I will: not get everything done in my world that needs to be done, but that's alright.

18) I've come to realize that, school is: always a part of life for a life-long learner.

19) I've come to realize that, tomorrow: is in God's hands!

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