Choosing widowhood at the age of 29 was not on [Julie D. Raque]'s life list. Nor did her children, Patrick and Chelsea, choose to grow up without a father. But Life tricked her and her children 13 years ago when her husband Larry was killed in an automobile accident and, although she wasn't sure she would survive, today Julie and her children are thriving."We have survived and thrived far better than I would have expected. At first we couldn't think past bedtime. I couldn't have gotten through it without my faith in God and prayer."13. Let the little things go: Today there is a little clutter starting to build up, and the kids didn't make their beds before we left the house. But that's okay. I used to scold the kids when they would help fold the towels but wouldn't fold them the way I did. Now I know it doesn't make any difference. They are folded. They will still serve their purpose.
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