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A Necessary Sabbatical

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Hello, Everyone!

Other than our recent workshop, you might have noticed me keeping a lower profile around here lately. After much prayer and consideration, I have felt God leading me to take a break from the day to day operation of Epi Kardia.  I have had some personal projects that have been on the back burner too long, and I would like to spend additional time with my new husband and my last child at home.

I am not going anywhere and I am still planning on teaching classes. Epi Kardia will not operate any differently than it has been operating. Hopefully, I will even pop in and blog occasionally!

In Christ,

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