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Mid Life Celebration business card ideas 2008
Mid Life Celebration business card design ideas 2008
Mid life Celebration
Mid Life Celebration business card design ideas 2008
Mid life celebration
Mid Life Celebration business card design ideas 2008

There are 55 remaining days for after-school hugs.

Began officially counting them down last Monday (2 months, or 60 days out).

A couple thousand hugs in the bank, so the reality of this coming to an end soon doesn’t produce anxiety.

August 16 will be our son’s last official pre-college night with us. That’s 159 days from today (March 10).

And that means ony 159 more mornings on my knees at the foot of his bed for three daily prayers.

Time waits for no one.

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