A Hearty Life

Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Lindsay Benjamin of Ashley relaxed on the porch swing with her sons, Xavier Hellums, 6, left, Jensen Benjamin, 1, and Declan Benjamin, 2, and they watched cars go by while waiting for Lindsay’s mother, Stacey Emmons, to return home to Portersville on Monday evening. “My hands are full but so is my heart,” Lindsay said about raising three boys. “Things are crazy at times but when everyone settles down it means even more. The quiet times are very much amazing.”



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