A Stay Together Ride

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Hello there, dear ones.

I have missed you.  It’s been a heck of a month (or more).  It’s been Advent, and Christmas, and now it is flu season.  And I have a sneaking suspicion that the Big Bad Cold that has taken down the entire Cumings family just might be Influenza A.

So I am not quite ready to get back on the blogging wagon, but I am ready to reassure you that I am coming back.

And in the meantime, please enjoy this beautiful story.  Watch the whole thing.  If you’ve already seen it, watch it again.  Be warned; you might get something in your eye by the end . . .

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7 responses to “A Stay Together Ride

  1. Kim

    I fugured you were pretty busy, Christmas being the Super Bowl of the ministering world. Sorry to hear about the flu and hope you all feel better soon!

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  2. Susan

    We have been missing your blog, but glad to hear you’ll be back at it soon. Love the clip, can’t wait to share it with Jude.

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  3. Reblogged this on A Suburban Life and commented:
    This is so beautiful, what a kid!

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  4. I’ve watched this 3 times already this morning, cried every time. Thank you for sharing it!

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  5. Well, a family that is sick together, stays together? Hope you are all on the mend!

    And, a Happy New Year to you all!

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  6. Jenny Olsztynski

    Maggie, come back. Your fan base misses you!

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  7. Just checking in to see how things are going. No pressure, just wanted to make sure all is going well. Your loyal followers are patiently waiting, never fear!

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