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Katillac, Kelee
September 2008
Guideposts;Sep2008, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p48
The article explores how the couple Rob and Bobbie Kuehl remained committed to their family despite their busy lifestyles in the U.S. According to the couple, teamwork, showing affection, honesty, creativity and leisure activities such as scuba diving are the ingredients of a happy home. Several tips on how to find happiness in one's home are presented.


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