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Virtual Hugs

A virtual hug for all the people I pray for each and every day to heal and be lifted up...
My mother recovering from surgery, and my best friend's mom fighting cancer.
A special new mom as she finds her way, her daughter as she grows and blossoms. 
My dad for being my daddy, and family that believes in faith and forgiveness.
My grandmother struggling to create a smile, my grandfather still trying to be everything to her. 
My uncle fighting to keep making beautiful music, my aunt being strong though she's weary.
My sister as she embarks on a new challenge, the kids whose futures she will shape.
My son as he begins a new school year, my husband as football season rolls around. 
Work friends that have lost a true leader, and world leaders that have lost their way. 
A hug for good news from the doctor, and a hug for many miles between. 
Sometimes, when I don't know what to say, there's always a hug.

                                                                             Source: via Grace on Pinterest


  1. Wendy, this is so beautiful!! Thank you doesn't seem adequate. Love you for just being you, too!!!

  2. Wonderful! Hugs to you for expressing beautiful thoughts!

  3. this is so beautiful. thanks for another amazing post. Would love if you'd check out my latest celebrity trend report and see pictures from my Rachel Zoe encounter. xoxo

  4. Absolutely beautiful!

  5. Trying this this post! Just beautiful!

  6. Thank you, Wendy. This blessed me.

  7. That was beautiful - tears in my eyes!


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