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We all have a story to tell (:

Ahhhhhh and do I have the PREFECT story for you.
This post is not about me, my hilarious mishaps, my thoughts about life, but yet it still is a story.
Most people know I love them but if you don't I most likely do. That's just how I am. There are a few people I would like to know that they have impacted my life. Somehow all my words aren't coming out like I wished they would. These are not all the people that have impacted my life, just the few I wanted to talk about today (:
1. Rachel Mower- my cousin.
Rachel Mower, my beautiful cousin of the age 18. She's sweet, loving, kindhearted, but mostly STRONG. My Rachel has Crohns Disease. This is a disease she has to fight with every single day. Life gets hard for her a lot. When you're sick a lot it's hard to stay positive. Rachel lives each day with her whole heart, and fights this disease with all she has. I love her.

2. Carly Parr- my cousin
Carly Parr is my other beautiful cousin of 17. She is hilarious,…

late night, can't sleep

It's 11:40 at night, and I can't seem to fall asleep. I hate the nights where you just lay in bed and your mind just won't quit. Sleep is a natural occurrence for me and without it I can tend to be a tad bit emotional. I was laying down thinking of what it'll be like to be a mother. I know this sounds insane to you, but to me it's normal. I have been blessed with amazing women in my life. From my strong-willed mother, my two fantastic grandmothers, numerous church leaders, and my beautiful cousins, I consider myself lucky. Some don't appreciate the blessing it is to be a woman. I know the cramps are icky and the cleaning is awful, but we are blessed. Each woman in my life has taught me that being a woman is more than just the typical. It's EVERYTHING else! It's the way a grandmothers eyes light up when they see a grandchild who has strayed away walk through the doors of church on a Sunday morning. It's the way a mother knows when something is wrong…