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  • Writer's pictureDawn Neufeld

There's Always Hope

The last time we attended a 4th of July cookout was years ago. Will decided to throw a decorative planter into the pool and it broke into pieces and left the bottom of the pool littered with dirt. We were mortified - this is exactly why we so often self-isolated. We didn't want to be "those people" with the "bad kid" who ruined the party. Luckily our friends were amazing and understanding. But still... it took us a while to feel comfortable accepting another invitation.

We had such an amazing time and definitely made some great memories. Will made sure to remind us all afternoon that he was making good choices. We had an incredible time with great friends and ended the night on a blast.

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