Happy Happy

Hello everyone, I am still alive, still rolling. Grad school isn’t done with me yet, but in a few weeks it will be the end. I am writing hundreds of pages for my remaining classes, therefore, my brain is fried and have nothing to say to you folks at the moment  🙁 Sorry about that! But despite taking too many classes at once and working full-time I found time to dress up today for an important interview with Australia. Watch for the link on my facebook :-).

Happy fourth of July everyone. Please go do something smart and awesome!


7 thoughts on “Happy Happy”

  1. Way to go Emma! Get your papers written and finish up all the ends to your MBA. You are going to have a bright future. U Go Girl…. proud for you!

  2. I saw you on the Sunrise programme. Awesome and you looked lovely ? You are a true inspiration and I am about to start reading your first book.

  3. I saw you on TV here in Aus. Congratulations, you come across not only as pretty but also as a lovely person.
    I have since read your blog and I am proud of the strength that you have shown, your integrity in refusing to criticise the Amish and the fact that you have retained a strong faith. I will pray for you. When you are down, remember that it is Satan who is the cause, but God will use your trials to give you experience, character and hope.
    May our Lord bless you and give you strength and may He bless your siblings and encourage them to keep a strong love in their hearts for you. I have no doubt that your parents love you, but fear, pride, tradition can sometimes stop parents from communicating their love.
    May all the fruits of the Spirit be yours.
    God bless Duncan

  4. Hi Emma,
    I saw your interview on TV recently here in Australia, and immediately bought your book. I could not put it down until I had finished it. What a wonderful insight into the Amish community. I have always been fascinated by the Amish, but, coming from Australia, have not had the opportunity to observe them first hand.Your book filled in a lot of the gaps. I wish you nothing but the best, and applaud your courage in leaving the only life you had ever known. In fact, it leaves me breathless to know that you created this new life for yourself almost completely unaided. Your wisdom in realising that education is the only way forward demonstrates your intelligence. Keep studying! I sincerely hope that you are able to maintain communication with your family, and, just remember, your Mum LOVES you! She may not always be capable of showing it, but she does. I am sure your father does, as well, but he seems to be a man incapable of communicating his feelings and emotions, as seems to be the way of adults in your old Amish community. You are a young woman of courage, compassion and insight, and I wish you a truly wonderful and fulfilled life. You deserve it.


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