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A Servant’s Heart, Besties and 2 Bogo’s Later

I don’t even really know what a Bogo is. The first time I heard the word I thought it was a kind of animal or perhaps a fruity drink. The only time I’ve really heard the word used in a context was when my friend Karen B. –– my DoTerra Lady –– texts me about a “Bogo” deal. I have no idea why it exists, who started it, when it started or what “Bogo” means. I don’t know what “B-O-G-O” stands for. Mostly, I just don’t care. I don’t even know if I am to write “Bogo’s” or “Bogos.” Continue reading

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ASL Here I Come! :-)

At summer camp I fell in love with sign language! I was so immersed in the language during those summer weeks that I started to dream in sign. But it was 6 year old named TJ who changed my life. It was a beautiful Sunday morning during my first year at summer camp. We were cleaning the camp getting ready for the new wave of kids coming that afternoon. It happened to be deaf camp. I had never experienced this before at Camp MiVoden. But was excited! Continue reading

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