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Embracing Each Step of Our Race (Instead of Agonizing over the Finish Line)

Hey, y’all! I’m deep in the middle of a southern summer including trips to the beach, ride-alongs with my hubby, and getting ready for She Speaks. I hope you’ll forgive me for just one post this week.

Repeat my mantra with me, “I’m doing the best that I can.” Don’t you feel better now? Me too. (Sigh of relief.)

This week’s podcast interview with the fabulous Suzie Eller goes right along with the grace we need when we’re falling short. Please don’t miss it! Suzie is one of my all-time favorite people, and I’m always threatening to move in with her hoping that some of her rich wisdom will rub off on me. You’ll see what I mean when you hear what she shares.

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Click on the graphic to go to Cheri’s site to listen to the podcast, leave a comment to win a book, and download some fabulous freebies!

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Congratulations to Shirley (6.29.16 3:57), the winner Breaking Up with Perfect and Simply Tuesday from last week’s post!

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3 Comments

  1. Geralyn Miller says:

    Grit is perseverance and i sooooooo pray to win a copy of the book because I want to join this book study sooooooo bad. I used to be…..am a perfectionist type personality. I learned about 20 years ago that it is FAR BETTER to leave the dirty dishes til tomorrow when my husband will be at work, my daughter at school and my baby boy right there with me helping! I learned as did Mary&Martha to choose “the better part”. I think it applies to spending time with each other as well as with Jesus. After all, we ARE ALL FAMILY!

  2. HI Amy, I tried to leave a comment last week, but when I clicked on the link, this is the message I got: “The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to the site owner reaching his/her bandwidth limit. Please try again later. I just had to laugh; isn’t that how we all feel at times? Love your blog and your podcast!!

  3. This came at the perfect time!! I SO needed to hear this message. I’m loving the podcast!!