It takes someone to lift the veil of perfection, going first with their story that says their life is otherwise. You who do this are the brave women, the beautiful everyday warriors, the ones who makes space, and it may make all the difference to the woman you pass in the hallway at work, the preschool pickup, the church fellowship hall. Her story may say:
- I’m not perfect
- I’m a mess
- My life has more laundry than devotional time
- I think I’m drowning in my not enough
…and you may be the one to throw her a life jacket.
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Loved this Anna and so true! We so many times just want to show our glossed over selves instead of the real us! May we each unveil more in order to hear, “me too” we are all in this together gf. Great post! Found you from Incourage 🙂