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  1. There have been so many times in my life where the concept of chronos and kairos has been applicable. I used to describe it as the days are long, but the weeks fly by. The trick is to welcome the moments that slow down, and let the hard stuff go as quickly as possible. 🙂

  2. I read that article too, and have been thinking about it a lot. I love everything you write and am totally inspired by you. I’ve also thought about re-naming my blog to something like, ‘The Best 2% of Our Lives-Documented.’ It’s always nice to know that EVERY other mother is feeling the same way. This craziness is normal. 🙂

  3. Sometimes it’s hard to document the hard stuff. You want to forget it and move on and don’t leave a record behind:} But, our lives are all of it, I guess. Thanks for blogging. It’s a treat to read. Enjoy the moving in process. Perfect time to organize. (where did you serve a mission?)

  4. Beautiful Hannah! I’m gonna remember the Chronos but esp. the Kairos in my life. Sometimes it IS hard to think of the good when something bad is happening/happened. Thanks for inspiring me to be better!

  5. Thanks Hannah. You are such an inspiration to me. The last little bit has been tough for me and I needed to hear someone talk about perspective. It is exactly what I needed. I think about the time I was blessed to have with you as my companion and I smile but I shake my head at myself and think, “Why did she not smother me with a pillow?” I know I tried you, but I love you all the more because of your happy smile and your way of forgiving quickly. Thanks for being such a great example.

  6. I too loved that article. You’re at the point with your kids that I was about 7 years ago (my twins are now 11 and my ‘baby’ is 8). I have also started thinking in “chronos” and “Kairos” and it’s so amazing to identify those moments. Like you, I now just try and recognize the kairos and acknowledge and enjoy it! That article really touched me too.

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