…and it was beyond anything I’ve ever admitted on Square Piece!
So I figured that you, my precious friends, deserved to have first glance at my first online magazine article.
Here it is.
But act quickly, ’cause you know I’m gonna be all over Facebook with this beast in about two seconds.
Oh, and btw, my salon looks amazing, if you haven’t seen. We’re in week three of the newly converted garage and I’ve barely had a minute to exhale, much less share the finer details of what felt like “salon baby labor” over Christmas break.
But we gave a final push and it’s officially been birthed, so yay!
WOW! Just when I think you cannot make me prouder of you, there you go again. Not sure where the writer comes from–must be your Mother’s side of the family. Although, Aunt Marilyn has written an as yet unpublished book. God continue to bless you and your family.
Thank you so much. Yeah, I think Momma has some writer in her. And Mandy and Joey, too.
wonderful, wonderful 🙂
Well, NOW it’s wonderful. 😉
Thank you, Joan!
Beautifully honest and real…it is wonderful to experience true freedom! There is nothing else that compares to it! You truly have a ‘gift’ and thank you for sharing it with all of us.
I know you know that freedom, too, and I appreciate the times you’ve shared with me!
You are such a wonderful writer and a great storyteller.
It is a true gift!
There you go shining a spotlight on some of the best tricks of that dirty ole liar, the devil–he loves to make us feel unworthy and so much less than what we think we should be for our Saviour.
Realizing that we are exactly that and that Calvary covers it all is where the game changes. None of us is perfect. All of us are flawed. Praise God for our slip ups and messes, for without them, we might never come to rest, simply, in His arms, and trust in His great salvation.
Thank you for taking the time to write this and for blessing me today. Oh! And isn’t it amazing just how much we get to learn about God’s unfailing love through motherhood? 😉
I’m so happy for you, Suzy! I only wish I was there to walk through the finished product.