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i looked up the word boon because i've never thought of it in relation to myself or 'needing a boon' before. this is what is says:

1. something to be thankful for; blessing; benefit.
2. something that is asked; a favor sought.

1. jolly; jovial; convivial: boon companions.
2. Archaic. kindly; gracious; bounteous.

and i just want to tell you mcnair that you are a boon companion in my life. never before have i looked at my face (and i really did go and look at myself in the mirror) and think of baby pandas. thank you.

life is opening up fully with opportunity for me and the mixed emotions i have because of it are so extreme. elation and terror, exhuberance and hesitation.

i jumped inside myself when i saw your post in my bloglines - i knew i needed to hear what you had to say today. so i will be killing my can't today. knowing that god won't give me more than i can handle in a postive way too, and not just in a negative way.

these doors are opening because i am ready for them. i just have to keep remembering this. thank you for the reminder! much love and boon on you today dear friend!!

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