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    Can I take a bit of your time…

    Dear Friends, You are reading this because you are an important person in my life and I want you to understand more about who I am and what I do.  I know that I can be difficult and sometimes I am sorry for that.  I know that I probably don’t need to be sorry, but I am.  In fact, I feel guilty for feeling sorry in the first place.  Ridiculous, I know.  That’s how my brain works because I have depression…and yes, my mind is an exhausting place.  I want to give you this letter to help you understand a little more about what I go through, ask for some…

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    Shine Your Light

    The sun is a shining force to guide us and light the way. But the moon and the stars, although subtle, also light the way. Stars cannot shine without darkness. In order for a light to shine bright, darkness must also be present. A certain darkness is needed to see the stars. I will love the light for it shows me the way, but I will also endure the darkness because it shows me the stars. The thing dreams are made of. This is your reminder to me to shine your light even when you feel darkness. Darkness will devour you if you’re afraid of it. Accept the dark and…

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    Newsletter Subscription!!

    Over on FB, we have a very active page that reaches a lot of customers!  Unfortunately, because of FB analytics, it limits our reach if there isn’t an interaction over a certain period of time and we no longer show up in your Newsfeed.  That’s bad news for you! We are going to start creating a weekly newsletter that includes specials and promotions, new items, giveaways, events, and how-tos!  By signing up for this newsletter, you have a chance to see what’s going on with The Ruffled Daisy (in case you miss it on other social media platforms).  Remember, we’re on Instagram and Twitter too!!  Make sure you subscribe to…

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    Newest SIDS Research

    Many of you know that I had a baby girl pass on to be with the Lord on December 15, 1996.  It was the most horrible experience I have ever felt and pray that parents never have to go through this.  She did pass of SIDS and so I try to stay up with the latest research in hopes that there is a cure someday.  Here is a link to the most recent article which states that “Babies who die from sudden infant death syndrome make low amounts of the message-carrying brain chemical serotonin needed to regulate sleep, breathing and heart rate.” One less baby to pass from this horrible…