No Regrets

I’ve been waiting to post in large part because I wanted to take some time to sort through my feelings — which have veered wildly between a sense of profound peace that we did all we could do and a deep sense of sadness and loss.  There’s no mitigating what happened Tuesday night: American voters didn’t simply reject a candidate, but they also largely rejected the values our candidate advanced. [Read more...]

Romney Received Larger Slice of Evangelical Votes than Any Other Previous GOP Candidate!

Dear friends, I know we’re all sad, but I wanted to pass along this amazing piece of information from Christianity Today: [Read more...]

Love You Guys: Stay With Us

A photo of me waiting to hear the election results.

So, I just sent my kids off to school, made myself some coffee, and took a copious amount of Advil and Tylenol. [Read more...]

Tearful Eyes, Empty Hearts, Just Lost

Nancy French, husband David, daughter Camille (13) and son Austin (11) react to the election results displayed on a television during Mitt Romney’s campaign election night event at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

We took our family to Boston for what we hoped would be a victory celebration.  It’s not.  While we wait for Gov. Romney to give his concession speech, some reporters have documented our distress for posterity.  Above is our whole family (with Camille in the background)  minus Naomi who is happily sleeping back home in Tennessee.

 

Final Reflections As the Votes Are Counted

I type this post mere hours before the first set of polls close on election day, and I must admit that I’m as nostalgic as I am anxious. [Read more...]


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