When Happy Makes You Sad…

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  1. Amanda Massey says:

    I’m sorry to have read recently about this struggle, Amanda. And I know we were not friends in high school…but this stuff transcends all that, I believe. Wonderful post with a real but hopeful message. Sending good thoughts your way…and please keep writing!

  2. Mary Stewart Ahaus says:

    Amanda I caught on an started following this blog about a month ago. I had no clue about what was happening until I saw it on Facebook. I’m like, “who is this beautiful couple?” Oh, well I know her! Same as Amanda above, I know we didn’t speak but two words to each other in high school but that doesn’t stop my heart from breaking for you when I read about what’s happening in your life. Your husband sounds like one of a kind and you are all in my prayers and on my mind. Xo

  3. Anne Downs Forsythe says:

    Amanda andJoe, hi this is Patricks sister Anne, I am so sorry to hear of all of this, I prAy for you and will continue to do so. May you find strength in the love you have for each other and the love and support from family and friends

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