We Are Never Alone

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As I drive my kids to school, I think how my world is so perfectly contained in this minivan.

And as this thought — one of many — bounces around for a minute, my four-year-old lowers his window and confidently proclaims, “I’m feeling the wind, mommy.” (A statement his older brother has taught him well.)

From this point on, my sons and I gaze forward and watch as the sun, a PERFECT fireball in the…

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Amanda is a work at home mama who contributes to various magazines and blogs. Contact her at writeonfreelancingllc@gmail.com for interview or blog articles.

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Amanda Clark-Rudolph

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Amanda is a work at home mama who contributes to various magazines and blogs. Contact her at writeonfreelancingllc@gmail.com for interview or blog articles.

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