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To Kristin

As a Daddy, I want to write this post to my beloved daughter, Kristin Renee Bailey Norton. Though it’s difficult for me when you're going through tough times from your weight loss surgery and auto accident, I am here to celebrate all that comes out of even the most trying moments. It’s essential to stay focused on our faith plus the high calling God has given us – so I wanted to share some personal devotions with you about embracing hope and peace regardless of what happens. May these simple words provide comfort as you discover courage amidst difficulty.


I have been so proud of you, Kristin, for your strength and resilience. I am thankful for all that you’ve accomplished despite facing daunting challenges. As you work to get back on track with the changes in your life, remember that God has a plan and purpose for you. He is always with you, and His love is never-ending.

Even though times may be tough now, I want you to know that your future is bright and full of possibilities. You are a strong and capable individual who will find a way to overcome any obstacles. So let go of what’s not serving you and focus on living each day with a positive outlook.


It takes great courage to try something new, and the rewards are often worth the risks. So don’t be afraid to make changes and take calculated chances – you never know what amazing things can come out!


Most importantly, think about how much joy there is when we have hope. You have so much potential, and I want you to believe you can do anything you want. Find peace in the Lord’s embrace, and trust His will to guide you through whatever comes next.


I love you, Kristin, and as your Dad, I am here for you every step of the way. May these words provide comfort and encouragement in your journey!


Love,

Dad :)

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