Pray for the faithful volunteers across America and all over the world who have committed themselves to this life saving cause. Pray for all people whose pain is so deep that it manifests itself as vicious anger. And please, pray with me for that girl, the girl in the dilapidated blue car. Pray that she continues to feel the peace and love that only the Blessed Mother can bring. That wherever she is and whatever she does, she can hold on to the joy she felt that afternoon when she held up traffic just to wave and smile at a man she’ll never know, a man holding some pink flowers and a silly stork balloon.
Dwija Borobia lives with her husband and their four (soon-to-be-five!) kids in rural southwest Michigan in a fixer-upper they bought sight-unseen off the internet. Between homeschooling and corralling chickens, she pretends her time on the internet doesn’t count because she uses the computer standing up. You can read more on her blog house unseen. life unscripted.
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