Are your dreams on hold? I think 2020 has us all feeling that way. In this post, I’ll share six reasons why pausing your dreams is OK.
I’m proud I didn’t wait until my hair was longer or facial nerves more recovered. I’m proud because when I show our girls pictures from our wedding day, I remind them that you don’t have to wait until you’re perfect to show up.
There is no part of your story that He cannot redefine. There is nothing too broken for God to reweave and redeem.
Owning my weaknesses lets my girls know it’s hard, that it’s humbling, but that you never give up. And, more importantly, that I am not defined by my handicap.
I don’t volunteer for my kid’s school field trips and I’ve learned to be OK with that.
We all play this game. What if I would have gone to a different school? Took a different job? Married someone else?
I used to have nice handwriting. As I opened Christmas cards this year with beautiful pictures and family updates, all
I never thought an eye roll would save our marriage. After dating long-distance for two and a half years, Brad
We are not, nor will we ever be, defined by our suffering, by our past.