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Arianne is a mom of three boys and a baby girl. She lives in Phoenix, AZ, and sifts through the Legos and fluffy cloth diapers hoping to one day catch up on sleep. Her heart is healing and thriving from living life as a mom of kids with autism and...

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  1. thanks for the link. i’m like you, i don’t want to linger in the wrong spot, but i am drawn to jamie’s post, nonetheless. off to read it before going to school for the day (which brings a set of fears….)

  2. Thank you for the link to your friend in Newtown. It was wonderful to know that there is a strong community to help the devastated families.

  3. The Word of God say that “in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength. ” I cling to that promise as often as I am able.

  4. I’m like so many other’s….I’m still numb!
    Walking into my own public high school for work this morning was nerve-wracking to say the least.

    While it’s never good to borrow trouble…in times like these it’s hard not to feel it could happen in your school too.

  5. Thank you Airanne for your post. It is what I needed to hear today. Your link to your Newtown friend offered a great vision of the real town, beyond the unthinkable. The incident could have been Anytown, USA. I am grateful and prayerful, but a little less overtaken than before. Blessings.

  6. Loved the story of Newton, CT. It sounds like a nice quiet, friendly town. I love/crave quiet & friendly@

    Praying for the families of lost loved ones & others who survived. The whole town needs God’s healing now!

  7. […] is a day of quiet. I’m taking a day at Incourage and at Simple Design and encouraging people to read about my friend Jamie’s life in Newtown, […]