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Every great journey begins with one small step and requires all pride and vanity stripped to the bones.  Shaking off the dregs of post-partum depression has proven to be hard work with unexpected ups and downs, twists and turns.  These pages hold some wandering thoughts of a hope-filled skeptic trying to find GRACE in the muck.  My mind often follows a path that leads to nowhere in particular, but some may find the ramblings interesting to explore none-the-less.  All pictures are my original photography, unless I have given specific credit to another author.  This superstar heart is filled to the brim with love for sweet baby girl.  This site is dedicated to the ones who taught me to enjoy the journey, not just the destination.
 
by Amy Dell a.k.a. 1975superstar

I am:

30+ first-time mom, married since 1999 to my college sweetheart

Part-time E.C.E. student, with
a Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Education, Cultural Studies

10 years+ experience in early childhood
education, and non-profit/charitable organizations.

And much, much more…

Please note:  Opinions and views voiced in this blog are personal and original to the author and based on her own experiences. This site is not meant to be an advice column.  If you find some of the ramblings useful to your own journey, you must acknowledge responsibility for your own outcome.  Comments and feedback are welcome.  If something peaks your interest pass the link on to a friend.
 
 
 

 

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One response »

  1. “And much, much more,” is a perfect description! 🙂 Love you! ❤

    Reply

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