Our month started out with a family beach trip [with a day of Disney thrown in] and ended with a girls only [my 5 Beth Moore table Amiga's] beach trip. Lot of packing, driving, and sand. Oh, but I love the beach. Even if it’s the second year in a row I’ve gotten “bitten” by a sea shell, got an infection and had to see a Dr for antibiotics. Even then. I have just humbly accepted I now get to accompany my swim dress next year with water shoes. Even my doctor agreed…they are dorky. However, cheaper than a Dr visit. #Jesuscomebacksoon
Aren’t you glad I didn’t post a picture of the foot infection? That was a special privilege for my IG friends.
I would say this month the theme was—No one has it all together. Even though I know this…I forget this. Am I alone? God highlighted to me how important honesty, venerability, and transparency are. But also reminded me not everyone does this. What you see on social media, or even what they tell you out of their own mouth may be a Candy Land version of their home life. And what does it matter anyways? You’re already God’s favorite so stop trying so hard to be better than so and so and feel better after you tear her down. #guilty
You win. You’re awesome, no one else is. Are you happy now? No. That’s dumb.
God showed me to cheer when friends have victories I don’t have. To ask for prayer [and advice] when they have something I’d love to have [weight loss!] and present myself to my friends as “not having it all together”.
Honesty sets others free.
Sugar coating, puffing up, hiding the mess, skipping over the real…just leads to everyone else striving towards something unrealistic.
There are two types of people. Those who pee in the ocean and those who say they don’t. Everyone is a mess, especially those who don’t say they are. So embrace your messiness…you’ve got a clean God!