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I was so strange as a child. If I thought I had done anything deserving punishment, I would tell my mom and send myself to my room. Most of the time, it was my own rules I had broken. This was at 5 years-old. That’s when I began chasing perfection. And it got worse. I was reading self-help books in middle school. I wanted the perfect life. I was taking it a step at a time. I could always be better than I was yesterday. (Anyone with me?) But I was impatient. I would plead with God to make me “better”. That’s not a bad prayer, but better leads to perfect and that’s really what I was after. A few years ago, I realized that my ultimate subconscious goal was to “make myself perfect.” And when I fell short of that, I would become engulfed by guilt. I was so sick of feeling guilty for falling short. I knew in my head that ultimately God’s grace covers all of me – good and bad, but in daily life I just didn’t embrace that grace. I just wanted be free – to live as I am, love God and love others. I can gratefully type now, God has freed me and is healing me from the years of the imprisonment. It really was like being in a jail with the door wide open, but I was telling myself I wasn’t good enough to be free. That’s the first thing he has revealed. My Biggest FEAR: I am not good enough. See how the goal of getting “better” plays into this?...

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They say, “Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery.” As Christians, we are called to imitate Jesus. But imitation without love is just flattery – i.e. meaningless empty excessive praise. There’s a constant struggle between my head and my heart. Love for God should come first and the imitation will follow. But there are moments, days and even weeks when I’ve flip-flopped these two. I join the chase for perfection and trick myself into thinking I must appear perfect so I can point to God. What?! That is so silly now that I see it in print. But it’s really the lie I let myself believe. History shows that He uses the most imperfect and unlikely band of heroes to save the world. His own son was born in a stable smelling of manure for crying out loud! So my house doesn’t need to look like it belongs in a magazine and my dishes CAN be dirty! And every picture on my Instagram feed doesn’t need to have perfect light and kids with their hair and make-up……. did I just say kids with make-up!? Wow. (I’m not saying anyone does that, it was actually a slip, but sometimes kids on Instagram do appear like models…how!? My daughter wears mismatched clothes everyday and her hair looks like a bird nest half the time.) …AND my schedule doesn’t need to be full of speaking engagements in exotic places and meetings with publishers who want me to write a book. That does happen for some. And I know a few of them and God is using them to change lives…mine included....
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Confession: Sometimes I pray for selfish strength. I love this verse and have said it to myself hundreds of times. The problem is that when I read or say this verse, what I am really thinking is “I can GET THROUGH all things with the strength He gives me.” Most of the time when I pray for strength from God, it is because I don’t like my circumstances. I am frustrated. I am bitter. I am discontent. Like when I hated my first “real” job and where my husband and I lived for the first 2 years of our marriage. Or when I was potty-training a two-year-old with a newborn and a hormonal 4 year-old. Or when I am fighting temptation to “chase perfection.” Or when I’ve said yes to too many things and wish I could crawl under a rock. My motive is completely wrong when I do this. I want to cause change with my prayer. I want my “bad” circumstances to come to an end…really soon. I want it over. I want to survive without shattering everything I’ve worked for. Today’s daily verse on the You Version App is Philippians 4:13. This morning I read it and realized I’ve never considered the context of this verse, so I read the entire chapter. Paul is writing to the Philippians, people in a church he helped start in the city of Philippi. He has gone through physical beatings and faced adversity from religious and political leaders. He has gone hungry and sat in prison unjustly. He misses the people he loves. And this is what he says, “11...
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Right now, it’s 75 degrees and raining outside in the middle of the afternoon, but I have a hot coffee in hand, am wearing leggings & socks  (guess I’m ready for Fall!) and listening to classical jazz crossover music on Spotify. I’m in a weird mood. The kids are at Grandma’s, and I spent the time after school this morning/noon time at the library and… the dreaded Walmart. We were behind MY schedule and then drove circles around town because I realized I forgot our book list (including location references) for the library when we were a block from the library, and then after we got the list, we were halfway there…again and I realized I could drop the baby off at my mom’s because she was now home. She already had the middle guy, so it was worth a quick turn around to her house. (No stroller and hungry little guy? Yes, thank you.) So then, it was just my girl and me headed to the library… only 1 hour after I’d hoped. I’d call that success…now, but at the time I was just a little perturbed at my lack of planning and memory. Oh well, here’s to a quiet afternoon with hopes of accomplishing something on a lengthy to-do list, but not really caring.  ...

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I’m starting to see a pattern through writing this blog. Mondays are completely out of whack. And so are my hormones, but I knew that. Over the past few years, I’ve experienced post partum depression in a way that I didn’t know existed. Anxiety leading to the blues. At first, I didn’t even know what it was. I just thought I had anger issues, which I may very well have. But then, I realized a lot of times, my rage came out of nowhere and was accompanied by a racing heartbeat and discombobulated thoughts. Hmmm. That’s strange. I’m pretty even-keeled so it was completely uncharacteristic. It was definitely enhanced by my bad habit of bottling things up without any sort of release. Anyway, once I realized what was going on, I was able to control myself a little better. Well, no, I listened to the Holy Spirit more and gave up control more often. Me controlling myself always results in yelling and throwing or kicking things. Yes, I’ve broken plastic dishes and a trash can. There. It’s out there. Soooo… today, a mood swing crept up on me and after several frustrating attempts to get my children to listen and obey, I snapped. Ugh. I hate it. Tears were shed by every person awake in the house (the baby was sleeping…through it all…amazingly). Thankfully, within 5 minutes, everyone had kissed and hugged and apologized. I apologize to my children on a regular basis and tell them that I am imperfect, and today, for the first time, I told them being a mommy is hard. I know it is wrong...