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Lindsey Cannon
Lindsey Cannon • 2 years ago

The Habit of a Mother WHo CHanges the World - beautiful post by Ann Voskamp. "Houses may be bought, built, or borrowed. But homes can only be made. And only with bits of ourselves."

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