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“And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age”

Matthew 28:20

Our God – The Ultimate Foundation

Our God – The Ultimate Foundation

“It’s not the beauty of a building you should look at; it’s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time.”   Since I was a little girl, one of my favorite activities included looking at houses. The exterior elevation, the landscaping, the...

Relationship Precedes Mission

Relationship Precedes Mission

The following are reflections from a participant of the 2021 GIVEN Catholic Young Women’s Leadership Forum that took place from June 9-13, 2021, in Washington, D.C.   “It is thus my hope, dear sisters, that you will reflect carefully on what it means to speak of...

Big News, Life Changes, and a Quick Break!

Big News, Life Changes, and a Quick Break!

Hello, and welcome back to the SundayMonday Tuesday! ​ As you may have gathered from the subject line of this email, there are some big life changes a-brewing over here! In just a few weeks, I will be moving to New York to attend NYU Stern School of Business to pursue...

Episode 32 | I’m Going to Business School

Episode 32 | I’m Going to Business School

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here. I have exciting news to share! After nine months of taking tests, writing essays, a million coffee chats,...

What Captivates the Heart

What Captivates the Heart

On the Fourth of July, I stood out on the National Mall in DC with tens (maybe hundreds?) of thousands of people, watching fireworks light up the sky above the Washington Monument. It was beautiful. It was awe-inspiring. It was simply... captivating. ​ That same day,...

Episode 30 | Are You My Mentor?

Episode 30 | Are You My Mentor?

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here. Are you my mentor? Mentorship is a buzzy concept – especially around young professionals – but what the...

DayQuil Reflections

DayQuil Reflections

Hello friends, and happy Tuesday! This week's newsletter is going to be a little shorter than usual because I've been laid out with a nasty cold/cough/sore throat for the past five days (please pray for me!). So I'm just sharing a few of my congested thoughts from...

Words Like Honey

Words Like Honey

Words are powerful.   Words can build up and tear down. They have the power to wound and to heal. Words can break and words can reconcile. ​ I spent this weekend Austin with wonderful people, exploring the city, splashing in the lakes, and two-stepping until...

Resting in His Heart

Resting in His Heart

June, as you may know, is the month dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. You may have seen that mysterious image of the Sacred Heart – a heart burning, crowned with thorns, and a sword piercing its side. When I first saw the image some years ago, I was fascinated,...

Love That Surpasses Knowledge

Love That Surpasses Knowledge

During this month dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, I've found myself meditating on the love of God, which surpasses knowledge. ​ I think, as a society, we're pretty focused on knowledge. And it's rarely lacking. We can google anything we want, find answers in...

It’s Time to Design Your Summer

It’s Time to Design Your Summer

Hello friends, and happy Tuesday! ​ Today I want to explore something that one of my favorite podcast hosts, Gretchen Rubin, encourages her audience to do, which is to intentionally design their summer. The idea is simple, and so good: it's an encouragement to make...

Nothing I Hold Onto

Nothing I Hold Onto

I Lean Not On My Own Understanding. My life is in the hands of the maker of Heaven.   There was, and is, so much about our faith that I struggle to understand. Concepts like our Trinitarian God, saving sex and sexual acts for marriage, and Christ’s redemptive...

Episode 26 | The SundayMonday is ONE!

Episode 26 | The SundayMonday is ONE!

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here. The SundayMonday is ONE!!! I cannot believe it’s been a year since these doors were opened and this...

Make It Like Our Birthday Everyday

Make It Like Our Birthday Everyday

The SundayMonday is ONE! ​ On June 1, 2020, the doors to The SundayMonday opened, and this crazy journey began. To say that this past year has been one of the most wild, fun, and unexpected years of my life is an understatement. Because of you all and this site, I've...

The Most Important Question to Ask Today

The Most Important Question to Ask Today

Happy Tuesday, friends! ​ Instead of a longer letter this week, I want to offer a simple question for reflection, posed this past week by a very good and very holy friend. ​ Here it is: "Lord, what is Your will for me today?" ​ That's it. Simple, clear, and leads us...

Ep. 25 | Should you take the job?

Ep. 25 | Should you take the job?

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.  This episode is inspired by a question sent in by a friend - "Should I take this offer, or wait for a more...

Who Are You Working For?

Who Are You Working For?

This week, I pondered the question: "If someone offered me a full-time salary to run The SundayMonday for a year, what would I do? How would I spend my time? What would I invest in?" ​ I thought for a long while, and settled on doing a 30-day spiritual exercises...

This is Your Sign

This is Your Sign

 This weekend I was wrestling in prayer. I was asking questions of God, begging Him for peace in a particularly painful struggle. For an hour, I dove into scripture, sat silently in expectation, and pleaded for greater peace and trust. Exhausted and honestly...

Saying No

Saying No

Saying No How did you respond the last time someone asked you to do something you really didn’t want to do? Did you take time to think about it? Did you politely decline? Did you swallow your objections and say yes to avoid making waves?   As Catholic Christian...

Dear Graduating Jane…

Dear Graduating Jane…

It's Grad Week here at The SundayMonday! Every day, we'll be sharing content that celebrates, encourages, and empowers our newest worker gals as they take the next step into the world. Be sure you're following along over on Instagram, where our lovely resident...

No Ordinary Days

No Ordinary Days

I woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning. ​ Irritable and restless, I wanted something new. I was unamused with the idea of another Monday, just like the many Mondays before this. Where's the adventure? Where's the fun? After a week of vacation and my...

Episode 21 | Wise Words with Nomi

Episode 21 | Wise Words with Nomi

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here. Today my incredible grandmother, Mary Ellen Judson aka Nomi, is on the podcast! We talk about everything:...

Boundaries and the Beach

Boundaries and the Beach

By the time you read this, I will be on a beach somewhere, with my stack of library books, ready and SO #blessed to be on an actual vacation!! ​ But at the time of writing this, I am running around like a chicken with my head cut off. Going on vacation is hard work....

Ep. 18 | Finding our identity in seasons of transition

Ep. 18 | Finding our identity in seasons of transition

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here. In a world obsessed with identity, achievement, and prestige, moving on from something that we've held as...

For You

For You

Happy Easter, beloved friends! I hope your Easter was filled with joy, celebration, sunshine, and yummy food. I attended the Easter Vigil (my favorite mass of the year) and wow, every time I'm outside before mass with the fire pit going and the candles all around me,...

Embrace, not Endure

Embrace, not Endure

We think, “No, this time I will endure.  Things will be better in the future”.  Indeed, they will.  We think, “No, it can not be so!”  We’ve defeated this demon, dealt with the night and already faced this winter. And yet—  The ice pushes from the earth the stones...

Hiding Self View This Holy Week

Hiding Self View This Holy Week

It is not an exaggeration to say that my life changed on May 15 of 2020. After two months of overwhelming Zoom burnout, I was introduced to a little button by a friend. The feature? "Hide Self View." ​ Now, instead of spending meetings constantly stealing glances at...

Ep. 17 | Young Adult Groups 101

Ep. 17 | Young Adult Groups 101

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   What's the point of Young Adult Groups? Will I be welcomed? Isn't YAG just a place to husband hunt?...

All is Gift

All is Gift

How do you receive God's gifts? ​ The gift of a new day. The gift of a warm cup of coffee. The gift of the mass. The gift of a full fridge. The gift of a job. The gift of family, friends, community. The gift of a kind word from a colleague. Wherever we look, whatever...

Ep. 16 | Living an Ordered Life

Ep. 16 | Living an Ordered Life

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   What does it look like to live a life of order? What habits, routines, and disciplines can we...

Stepping Out into the Waves

Stepping Out into the Waves

Let nothing disturb you;Let nothing frighten you,All things pass away.God never changes. Since September, I’ve been in a season of transformation and transition.  I decided to apply to a nursing school program I’d had my eyes on for a while, took online courses for...

What’s your canary?

What’s your canary?

I'm always looking for new tools or ideas to get to know myself better. One of my favorite reflections that I've stumbled across in the past few years is the concept of recognizing one's "canary in a coal mine." ​ The phrase "canary in a coal mine" comes from the...

Ep. 14 | Know, Love and Serve: Encountering the Homeless

Ep. 14 | Know, Love and Serve: Encountering the Homeless

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   Today I’m welcoming Emily St. Paul to the podcast! Emily works for Christ in the City, and has spent...

Ep. 13 | Motherhood and Mission in the Workforce

Ep. 13 | Motherhood and Mission in the Workforce

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   The brilliant and beautiful Schyler Smith is here today to talk all about embracing motherhood and...

Meeting God in Discomfort

Meeting God in Discomfort

This past week I was with some friends when one made a very astute observation: ​ "We've lost the ability to sit in discomfort." ​ Think about it. You're hungry? You can order dinner to your door in 20 minutes without even needing to get off the couch, clicking more...

Ep. 12 | Keeping the Faith in Hollywood

Ep. 12 | Keeping the Faith in Hollywood

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.     Today, my girl Hayley is on the show to talk about keeping the faith in Hollywood! Her first...

Ep. 12 | Painless Networking

Ep. 12 | Painless Networking

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.     Does the idea of networking make you squirm? Do you envision awkward cocktail tables and...

Making Space

Making Space

It's a feeling. You know it, and I know it. A quickening pulse, frantic glances at the time, and hurried decisions about what stays and what goes. Being over-scheduled, overworked, and overwhelmed has become commonplace in our culture. We rush from one thing...

God’s Will or My Own?

God’s Will or My Own?

  Never give up. We hear this phrase all the time. Quitting is associated with failure. Weakness. Settling.    But what if the dream you’re trying to achieve isn’t God’s will?    -----   As I raced through the hallways of St. Mary’s College of...

An Imminent Conversion

An Imminent Conversion

It was around 11:00 am and I was in the bathroom at work crying. It’s never a place you want your emotions to spill over, but these were happy tears. I had been scrolling through a photo library to find a picture of a friend to wish him happy birthday and saw a video...

Ep. 9 | A Lent Well Spent

Ep. 9 | A Lent Well Spent

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   Today I'm sitting down with Julie Balla to talk all things faith and work! Julie (@district__jules)...

A Lent Well Spent

A Lent Well Spent

I read these words written by Thomas Merton earlier this week, and I can't get them out of my head. And since I'd rather share something beautiful than try and wrestle words of my own to be even half as profound, I'm going to share them here. ​ From No Man is a...

Creative Ideas for Lent 2021

Creative Ideas for Lent 2021

Are you stumped for what to do for Lent this year? Sick of giving up sweets or Instagram for the third year in a row?  Last year I decided to do away with giving something up and instead opted to add something new. I read Blessed is She’s Lenten devotional, began the...

The Blender in the Snowstorm

The Blender in the Snowstorm

“Each time of life has its own kind of love.” - Leo Tolstoy, Family Happiness and Other Stories ​ This weekend we celebrate the day of love, a day marked by pink hearts and chocolates and flowers. For many, it's a beautiful reminder of the love in their lives. For...

Celebrating the Four Loves this Valentine’s Day

Celebrating the Four Loves this Valentine’s Day

I love Valentine’s Day. Anyone else or is it just me? During this time of year, red and pink are everywhere - pink is my favorite color! I love rom-coms and chick flicks - Valentine’s Day gives me a good excuse to start watching a bunch in early February, and I try to...

Ep. 7 | Interfaith Conversations

Ep. 7 | Interfaith Conversations

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   This is an episode I'm so stoked to share. My delightful roommate (and friend of 19 years) Kayla is...

The Weight of the World

The Weight of the World

I still remember the smell of stale chalk on my hands. I recall the feel of dried sweat on my forehead and the ache in my stomach as I began my gymnastics routine. My heart raced as the eyes of my friends and family rested upon me. Before saluting the judges, I always...

Ep. 5 | Dealing with Disappointment at Work

Ep. 5 | Dealing with Disappointment at Work

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   Tough days happen to all of us. The question is - how do you handle them? In our first minisode, I...

Ep. 4 | Joy in Seasons of Waiting

Ep. 4 | Joy in Seasons of Waiting

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   My dear friend Sarah and I are both in the graduate school application process and we're deeeep in...

Hope in the midst of Suffering

Hope in the midst of Suffering

The modern world doesn’t know how to suffer.  I say that being someone who is learning how to suffer better in a time where it’s really tough to do anything but. We lose people, things, jobs, relationships, and so on and so forth and it’s almost like our brain is...

Ep. 6 | Making Decision with the Holy Spirit

Ep. 6 | Making Decision with the Holy Spirit

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.     This week I'm joined by Elli Schmidt to talk all about making decisions with the Holy Spirit!...

Ep. 3 | Creating Community

Ep. 3 | Creating Community

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   This episode is all about creating community! Let’s be real: it’s hard to make friends as an adult....

Ep. 2 | Faith and Work in the New Year

Ep. 2 | Faith and Work in the New Year

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   Today I'm sitting down with Julie Balla to talk all things faith and work! Julie (@district__jules)...

January Liturgical Living

January Liturgical Living

        Welcome to our monthly installment of Liturgical Living! It can be so easy to only focus on Advent and Christmas, Lent and Easter. As we move into Ordinary Time, let’s not forget all the beautiful celebrations and reminders of our faith...

The “Work” of the Year

The “Work” of the Year

Sophocles once said: “Without labor, nothing prospers” and this year (more than most) has proven that sentiment to be true. While most years there is some form of “labor”, I didn’t realize that my “labor” would come in every possible form it could: internal,...

From Sleepless to Snoozin’

From Sleepless to Snoozin’

When I first moved to DC, I struggled with insomnia like never before.   I would lay in bed for hours, tossing and turning and getting even more stressed out when I thought about how many hours of sleep I was losing. I felt like I tried everything – I cut out...

Gift Guide 2020

Gift Guide 2020

I love it when I’m visiting a new city, I stop into a cute little boutique and I see a perfect gift that reminds me of a friend or a family member. When I find that perfect gift, I snatch it right up! Seriously, I will hold on to a good gift for MONTHS if I find...

Coffee, Cardio, Community, & Christ

Coffee, Cardio, Community, & Christ

I am a public health professional, and let me tell you, the phrase “self-care” is one of my absolute favorites - especially during this crazy COVID season! When you look up self-care on Google, the first definition that pops up is, “....any necessary human regulatory...

On the Twelfth Day of COVID

On the Twelfth Day of COVID

It’s been one week since I received my positive Covid test results. Just when I thought I had squeaked through 2020 unscathed…    But ‘tis the season (or rather, the year) for suffering and if you’re following along with Jane’s Advent retreat, you’re already...

An Extrovert’s Guide to Finding Community

An Extrovert’s Guide to Finding Community

In the aftermath of a cannonball shattering his leg in battle, St. Ignatius of Loyola was lying in bed and wondering if he would ever walk again. Was his lifelong dream to lead an army into battle gone forever?    While lying in bed, St. Ignatius was brought two...

Finding Peace with Food this Holiday Season

Finding Peace with Food this Holiday Season

  Yesterday was Thanksgiving. I enjoyed the day with my family – whipping up apple crumble, sautéing green beans and enjoying a meal with all six of us around the table. This morning, I woke up and tried to figure out why it was such a good day. Then, it hit me....

The Pandemic Wedding

The Pandemic Wedding

Marek and I got engaged in August of 2019. After dating long distance for the last three-and-a-half years, we were ready to start the next chapter of our life. The story behind our engagement is actually pretty funny too (it involved a hurricane.) The military life...

To Feel _____ is a Blessing

To Feel _____ is a Blessing

On an unexpectedly cold fall day, a gust of wind blew across my face, jostling my scarf in its tumultuous path.  And for that, I was thankful. Thankful to be able to feel.  Thankful for my scarf.  Thankful that I was less than 100 feet away from a warm apartment. ...

Why You Should Choose a Word of the Month

Why You Should Choose a Word of the Month

At the beginning of 2020, I ambitiously announced my word of the year: lightheartedness.   I wanted to live more lightly, to hold things more loosely, to experience the highs and the lows with joy. Lighthearted seemed to me a Christlike virtue that so many people...

November 4

November 4

I’m not one to make election predictions, but I do predict that on November 4, 2020, we will not know who will be the next president of the United States. I’m worried that our country is not prepared for this kind of non-result in a general election, especially this...

To Hear God Anew

To Hear God Anew

Letting God in on our decisions is SO important, and there are so many decisions we have to make in this long (yet short, compared to our time in heaven) life of ours….. Whom should we marry?Where should we live?Where should we work?How many children do we want?When...

The Strength of Surrender

The Strength of Surrender

I grew up an athlete in Chicago, and to say that I am competitive? That would be an understatement. My six siblings and I are naturally competitive. I was particularly driven to succeed in every aspect of life, whether it was school, work, sports, family, or...

Choosing Greatness

Choosing Greatness

The heart of the Christian life is intimacy with Christ on the cross. ​ This past weekend I went on silent retreat, and throughout it all, the words of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI came back again and again: ​ “The world offers you comfort, but you were not made for...

He Saw Her

He Saw Her

When I started watching the first few seasons of Downton Abbey in the early 2010s, I remember being struck by Lady Mary’s composure and her reserve.  I, by contrast, have always tended to wear my heart on my sleeve. As a consequence, this often made me the target of...

In the Orangery

In the Orangery

“Jesus, I surrender myself to you - take care of everything.”⁣ ⁣// The Surrender Novena⁣⁣I come back often to this place, one of my favorites in DC. It the “orangery” of the famous Dumbarton mansion in Georgetown. When it gets cold, the flowers and citrus plants from...

The Unpopular Virtue

The Unpopular Virtue

"Chastity is the most unpopular of the Christian virtues. There is no getting away from it; the Christian rule is, ‘Either marriage, with complete faithfulness to your partner, or else total abstinence.’ Now this is so difficult and so contrary to our instincts, that...

A Weekly Pilgrimage

A Weekly Pilgrimage

Have you ever had a profound conversation in the most mundane place? God can work anywhere.   I was at the hair salon and I pulled out a rosary to pray as my hair dye set in. Jesus had other plans because as soon as the hairdresser saw it, he immediately asked me...

How Tithing is Teaching me to Trust God

How Tithing is Teaching me to Trust God

At the beginning of each new year, I, like many of my friends, choose a Word of the Year. Essentially, it’s word or phrase intended to capture a vision for the year ahead – what I want to focus on or where I feel called to grow.   Toward the end of 2019, I started...

The COVID Contemplatives

The COVID Contemplatives

We are in the midst of a pandemic. It has uprooted just about every facet of our lives, and we are still adjusting to this new normal. What does this mean for our spiritual lives? How are we to strive for sainthood when we can sometimes barely even plan our meals for...

Praying to a Quiet God

Praying to a Quiet God

As far as I can tell, I have never been directly spoken to by any form of divinity. God is very, very quiet with me.    God does not flip open my Bible and highlight the Scripture I should read in times of crisis. God does not respond to my questions of suffering with...

The Beatles, Surrender, and Cantio Divina

The Beatles, Surrender, and Cantio Divina

Full disclosure: the first time I went to Adoration, I was a mess: excited, anxious, and not fully sure I believed in how transformative it was supposed to be. I spent the entire afternoon researching what exactly I was supposed to do when I got there--I mean, do you...

When can I stop discerning and start doing?

When can I stop discerning and start doing?

"When can I stop discerning and start doing?" Do you ever get stuck in the cycle of discernment, looking for a sign or some roses or a billboard that will tell you which way to go (ps if you want to hear an epic story about that rose⬆️, send me message!)? ⁣⁣⁣⁣If...

September Liturgical Living

September Liturgical Living

 Week of August 30 - September 5 Begin the novena to Our Lady of Good Health on August 30th. Whether for victims of coronavirus, ailing family members or friends, or your own mental health, good health is a true privilege. Let’s entrust our intentions to Mary today. ...

Called by Name

Called by Name

I was talking with a friend recently about a conversation she had with a religious sister about her name. They happened to share the same Baptismal name. The sister said she felt that the name she received at the profession of her first vows was not a replacement of...

Eyelash to Eyelash

Eyelash to Eyelash

 Last month, my mother spent 3+ weeks in two hospitals with a rare autoimmune condition. The beast wreaked havoc on her arteries and organs, inflicting so much pain and damage that one of her doctors told us last week, she’s a “miracle.” Mama’s road to recovery could...

Five Things I Wish I Knew When Starting my First Job

Five Things I Wish I Knew When Starting my First Job

Starting a your first post-grad job? Feeling nervous/excited/ready/unsure? I've been there, and I've learned a lot along the way! Here are five things I wish I knew when starting my first job:   1. You're here to learn how to work   In my opinion, our first...

5 Tips to Transform Your Next Interview

5 Tips to Transform Your Next Interview

I recently started a new job (!!) at the Atlantic Council, the culmination of three years of hard work and prayer (more like begging) for a career that would fulfill me, excite me, and allow me to make a difference. Unfortunately along the way, writing cover letter...

Into the Unknown

Into the Unknown

Ever since I was young, I have felt pressure to be successful and work in a practical and lucrative industry.  I am an immigrant - and the daughter of an immigrant - so the expectation for me  to succeed and honor the sacrifices that my parents made to come to the...

The Joy List

The Joy List

Today I was walking around my neighborhood and came across a house that was fully decked out for Halloween. It was the whole shebang: cobwebs on the fence, skeleton ghost in the tree, and a black cat on the front door. I couldn't help but think - isn't it a little too...

August Liturgical Living

August Liturgical Living

August Liturgical Living   Weeks of August 1 - August 8 The month of August is dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Spend some time this month inviting Mary into your every day, whether that’s thinking of her when you do the dishes (how did she survive...

Setting Boundaries at Work

Setting Boundaries at Work

Spoiler alert: the only person who has the ability to set and enforce your boundaries is you.   I remember starting a job where I felt like I needed to be ON 24/7. At first, it was exciting. I was always on call, always needed, always in on the action. But after...

Don’t Be Shark Bait

Don’t Be Shark Bait

In 2017, my youngest brother, Cooper, and I went through a SCUBA diving certification course together. We sat through classes and took quizzes. Four days in, we were beyond ready to drop the pencils and get in the water. But even though we passed those tests with...

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