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Appreciating where you are… each step along the way

    This figure could be an encouraging and supportive reminder to someone beginning a process, a 'journey'... perhaps moving toward greater well-being and independence; a new career or location; overcoming illness or personal loss... it's a reminder to pause and reflect on the moments—both difficult and joyful—along the path toward achieving goals.

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    Submitted by Debby in Louisania, February 2018

    My mom died 2 weeks ago. I already collect Willow Tree figures. I picked out 4; 2 for my sister. I picked 1 I already had and 2 just alike, in case I would try to be greedy. The one I picked was Journey. That piece was in her casket spray. I know that is how she went to Heaven, with her hands straight up. Thank you for all of your figures. Everyone means something to me. Debby

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    Submitted by Krystle in Nova Scotia, December 2017

    I have struggled with mental health my entire life. I've had a very traumatic past and present, to be honest. I finally took the steps to get the proper care and enter counseling. After my first meeting (that's generally only an hour intake) that ended up being four hours, I walked away with so much emotion, so much realization of how strong I really am, so much hope and inspiration for my future. I've been collecting Willow Tree for a few years now and I thought how fitting it would be to have a physical reminder of this day, these feelings and my journey that's to come.

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    Submitted by Georgie Pfaffinger in Minnesota, October 2016

    Hi name is Georgie and the piece that especially touched my "Journey" I have been on quite a life Journey...I had an accident a few years ago and have had to have 12 surgeries to be able to walk again...I was in a wheelchair for a year and was determined that I would walk with my precious 11 grandchildren again, and be able to dance again, with my liturgical dance team, "Sacred Steps"...I have accomplished that...yet my journey has not ended...I have 1 more surgery to go... and in preparation for that, they have found an area of low-grade serous carcinoma cancer in my abdomen...this however, was a 'God Moment' as we found it, my life 'Journey' takes a twist but continues...and I know this 'Journey'is all part of God's plans for me...He is not finished with me yet

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