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  1. iampisspot

    Loved this interview, and will be a’headin over to Kirstie’s blog after typing this.

    I too, have been challenging myself to all sorts this year. It feels good to actually be LIVING as opposed to just EXISTING.

    Kirstie’s enthusiasm for life is inspiring!

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    • Amy Vansant

      Thanks! When I read how she started her journey I was so moved I couldn’t help myself. Really stuck with me.

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  2. Abby

    Great post, Amy. And thank you for sharing your story, Kirstie. Sometimes it stinks that it can take an unfortunate event to wake us up, but it’s also through sharing these stories that we realize it DOESN’T have to take an unfortunate event to wake us up (if that makes sense. Probably not.)

    Anyway, great post 😉

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    • Amy Vansant

      Exactly – though a horrible event, wonderful she thought to inspire herself and others going forward!

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    • Amy Vansant

      Thanks! Hey we went to Richmond once… and went to a cool bar where we were asked to join an underground swingers club. I’ll stop by your blog to see if that comes standard with Richmond dining… 🙂

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  3. Lance

    Everything write and right about the internet in your post and hers.

    I just made one goal – writing a book. After spetember, I’ll just sit around and do nothing until 2013.

    good post

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