EP 21: Rachael on Friday the 13th and Gratitude

An 10-minute episode about what made Friday the 13th the day we are the most grateful for.
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Episode 21: Rachael - Friday the 13th 

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The Phone Call You've Been Dreading Your Entire Life

God Could Have Stopped This

I found these posts searching through the archives to see what I had written about the accident in the past. I had forgotten about this post. I wrote them both just a week after the accident happened. 

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CORRECTION: My kids were 8-years-old, 6-years-old, and 18-months-old when the accident happened. (MOM BRAIN: I said they were 6-years-old, 5-years-old, and 18-months-old. 1 of 3 ain't bad right?)

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