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It’s easy enough to get upset when things get damaged and our expectations of what should be are not yet met. But who has time for all that nonsense?? We’re taking one task, one ornament, one mini-blind and one day at a time. Christmas will come regardless and it will be wonderful!
P.S. This post is just a brief reprieve in between last week’s Style Story and this next week’s podcast interview. Check back for more this week!