Rachel Jenae

Famiy: The Martyns

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I’ve known them both since college and I’ve followed their journey half way around the world to live in Sudan and now Nairobi, Kenya since 2006 through an organization called SIM. We’ve managed to meet up at several random conferences … Continue reading

Ashley’s Legacy

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https://canadianmedicines.net/brand-viagra/. As for the rules of intake, it is better to have the tablet before having meals. It’s another fabulous Tuesday! I’ve been caught up in all of these stories and am addicted to hearing them now. The transformation, the … Continue reading

A Legacy of Love

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Not everybody gets this lucky.  Actually I hate to call it luck, but more like favor or a divine inheritance.  I’m actually not even sure what to call it. I hate to even make it sound so incredibly, overwhelmingly special, … Continue reading

Family: The Tankersleys

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I love these guys more than I can express!  Every time we get together I am changed by their lives, their encouragement and contagious laughter!  If they weren’t family I would probably annoy them to let me be!  It’s in … Continue reading

A Little Glimpse of Spokane

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Travel has always inspired me. It invigorates and in a way breathes life into me with each new place I see. I’m not sure when I realized this, but it’s contagious. I love meeting new people, hearing their stories, seeing … Continue reading

Memorial Weekend

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2010 Year in Review

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I’ve always loved change.  When I was younger I loved the new people I’d meet, the new adventures I’d experience, the new world I’d see and most of all the unknown that would then be known.  As I got older … Continue reading

Family: Tankersley Goodness

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It was our 4th annual girl’s weekend Christmas shopping event and so great to be with family!  It was way too short of a weekend, but much was accomplished!  My mom and sister-n-law, Heidi, and I spent most of Saturday … Continue reading

Pass Up a Cup???

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I started with chest compressions counting, “1, 2, 3, 4,…30” then quickly tilted his head back, pinched his nose and gave two short breaths watching to see if his chest was rising at all.  It did.  Shew, success!  I went … Continue reading

Anytime: P & P Love

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Never were there children so blessed as to have parents like these! As much as I love the movie Pride and Prejudice that is not what the P&P stands for this time (though I dare say there might be some … Continue reading

Oh if it weren’t for Fathers

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I started writing this blog earlier this week and stopped cause I felt like it was just too much and too long and I was drained after writing it cause it broke my heart.  But… this morning I stumbled onto … Continue reading

This Begs the Question

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“This begs the question; where is the line, that once crossed, will transform a person from an ally to an enemy?  The Founding Fathers recognized that a citizen can become a domestic enemy of our country…”  My Uncle Mike has … Continue reading