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We took our family to Boston for what we hoped would be a victory celebration.  It wasn’t.  While we waited for Gov. Romney to give his concession speech, some reporters documented our distress for posterity.  Above is our whole family (with my older daughter in the background)  minus my four year old who stayed back home in Tennessee

Am I sad that our victory party quickly turned into a “teaching moment?”  Definitely.  But I’m also glad that we were all together to help each other process the loss.

I’ll let you know once we figure it all out.

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2 Responses to Tearful Eyes, Empty Hearts

  1. humble says:

    You guys look really sad. I believed Romney would win too, I certainly felt he was the better candidate.

    Mitt did very well I thought, his family and all his supporters as well as those who assisted in his campaign should be proud.

    As for the future, who knows…all we can do is pray.

  2. David says:

    To the entire French family:


    Thank yor for your tireless hours building strong Evangelical/LDS bridges all around the country. For blogging, campaigning, and working so hard for what is right. Thank you to each the French children for sacrificing time with your parents in this cause. Thank you for putting your whole hearts into this. May God bless your entire, wonderful family!!

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!


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