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It Doesn’t Matter How You Got Here

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  1. Your post was inspiring to read. It gives me hope that one day I’ll find enough peace with in myself to love another person again. Congratulations.

  2. Matt says:

    I’ve been thinking a out you guys a lot since mid-last-week.

    Congratulations, Lisa!

    Until the end of time, people will only be able to tie you for deserving peace and happiness at home.

    In the meantime, I know of no person more deserving. I was so happy to see this post.

  3. Cindy W says:

    Congratulations! I am so happy for you. The minister said it perfectly!

  4. Congratulations to you and your husband! Heartfelt thanks for sharing this on a day that has me dealing with some old issues and some current anxiety. This helped more than you know; it gives me hope and reminds met that I am not the only one who deals with these issues. All my best to you always!

  5. still learning to trust says:

    Lisa, I smile and thanks God for Tiger’s gaze…he too wanted to move on! He saw all the possibilities ahead for you and Brock…my 4 legged boy, is trying to get me to do the same….he is patient with me….just not ready…. You are were you are- AMAZING! thanks again for the ++++ thoughts for all of our futures

  6. nomibug says:

    So special. It’s so liberating to let go. Congratulations.

  7. Glad you had an AWESOME wedding. Congratulations and wishing you a hundred years of happiness.

  8. Sanibel says:

    Just checking out your story. Congrats on the marriage! I was standing in your shoes just shy of a year ago. It is such a wonderful feeling to let go of the past and move forward. You are right, it doesn’t matter if you have had a wedding or a marriage before, what matters is the direction you are going. Good for you!

  9. dodlebug says:

    on the opposite of the other bloggers, I have to say, “good luck with that”! I mean nothing against your remarriage or your blog, I wish you happiness. With what you have been through already, I hope the rose colored out look fits!

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