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    Think of the beauty that remains. www.thenester.com

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    • Christina Stortz

      Beautiful post on what makes a happy home. Left me stunned and weepy and so proud to support the work of #compassioninternational

    • Rhonda F.

      I needed this for a fresh perspective...How to have a happy home from a family who lives in Uganda.

    • Deirdre Keating

      beauty; great post and one of the greatest quotes.

    • Chloe Noelle

      #quotes #worth #remembering #forever

    • ✨ Rebecca ✨

      So much life to live out there (:

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    Here’s what I learned about how to have a happy home from a family who lives in Uganda with no running water, no glass in their windows and no stuff to get in their way… -The Nester (Myquillyn Smith)

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    How To Have a Happy Home by Myquillyn Smith

    See Uganda through the eyes of these Compassion Bloggers January 27-31, 2014. Stories, videos and pictures posted daily at compassionbloggers.com/uganda2014 from Jeff Goins, Joy Wilson (aka Joy The Baker), Emily Freeman and Myquillyn Smith (aka The Nester).

    Myquillyn Smith (aka The Nester) will be traveling to Uganda January 27-31, 2014 with Compassion Bloggers. Pictures, video and stories posted daily from her trip at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14

    Myquillyn Smith (aka The Nester) will be traveling to Uganda January 27-31, 2014 with Compassion Bloggers. Pictures, video and stories posted daily from her trip at compassionbloggers.com/uganda14

    Beauty Hunting at The Barn

    Wise words from Wess Stafford...and what kids in Uganda know that you don't. From Myquillyn Smith