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Despite my charming haircut, I love these pictures.  And how lady like Brooke and I are sitting.  Susan tells me that Brooke used to sit by my crib and remain very attentive when I was a babe. I love that. We are our mother's daughters.

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Control. It is this thing most of us strive to hold on to. We look for it in the smallest areas of our life, and we freak out when we lose it in the biggest areas of our life. This is something I have struggled with for a majority of my adult life, and if we are being honest, most of my adolescents as well. And then God spoke. He reminded me that my control over every facet of my life was hindering His ability to work through me. I had created a mental block in my own life that kept me from wan