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May 31, 2011


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Christa H.

Dr. Hey is fabulous. A friend had severe scoliosis and had surgery with him about 6 years ago and he was able to fix her. I was in the room right before her surgery and Dr. Hey came in and asked to pray over her with us. He led the prayer. I have never seen a doctor do that before. Good luck.


Jessica! LOVE all the beautiful pics of your sweet girl! She is growing so big and lovely. I have not traveled internationally and cannot wait to one day travel with my own daughter when she is older. My husband and I did travel 1x when pregnant with her and it was to Seattle. We stayed at the Arctic Club Hotel on 3rd ave at Cherry. IT IS AWESOME!!! articclubseattledowntown.doubletree.com Check it out. There is a gorgeous ballroom upstairs with the most spectacular round, cathedral like ceiling of stain glass that is breathtaking.


Ok, need details about a month in Paris! You've been juggling a lot, so it's good to hear you are taking time for yourself as well. Thinking of you...


Sounds like you're living every successful woman's dream......a happy, busy, fulfilling life surrounded by love. I hope your surgery is a success....my sister had scoliosis of the spine when she was a teenager back in the late 60's. She was one of the first people in Canada to have surgery to straighten her spine by implanting rods in her back. After a few years, the rods were removed. The operation was a total success, and she has gone on to have a full, pain-free life, with no complications.


Just added supergoop wipes to my Amazon cart...thank you!!


A month in Paris?? Sounds exciting! For work, play, or a little of both?

Also, really love how you describe the busyness - "a tangled web of goodness." I'd never have thought of it that way, but what a fun, accurate way to describe life in its fullest and best existence. =)

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