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“Katherine, you’re gonna find it.”

When meeting with therapist Zach, I found the words to express that in the past I’d gotten all my meaning and identity from my association with Mormonism.  And with the collapse of that (don’t worry, I have since rebuilt that one), what else was there?  What was the purpose of my life?

He wasn’t necessarily a warm-fuzzy guy.  (he wasn’t a Nazi either), and he DEFINITELY wasn’t preachy (thank goodness!).  But it was one of those rare moments in our therapy sessions where you could tell that he wanted to give me a figurative hug (can’t risk a lawsuit).  But all he said to me, with just a hint of a guidance-counselor-esque tone, was “Katherine, you’re gonna find it.”

I FOUND IT!  But I might lose all my creativity tomorrow, so better get back to writing 🙂

Readers, I don’t have to spell it out for you.  Text-to-self connection.  Go.

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A face without freckles…

face freckles

is like a sky without the stars. WHY WASTE A SECOND NOT LOVIN’ WHO YOU ARE?

#empowering, but not overly preachy/guidance-counselorish

# should I make Natasha Bedingfield a core belief?

#nearly every line is lyrical GOLD

#have done my own version-maybe will put it on the blog someday…

#fake eyelashes, yeppers

#I swear I have modest clothes! was at the Lake taking selfies…

#i could get more freckles if i stopped blogging and went outside…

Core Beliefs:  beauty, humor, kindness, expression, understanding, Christ

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