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Embrace Day 25 // Five Minute Free Write “Sign” {Glimpses Link Up} — 10 Comments

  1. Thank you for being so honest, Barbie. It’s your openness of not having it all together that actually draws me here. It makes us feel like we’re not the only ones. As long as we think we have all the answers, we won’t need God’s wisdom to guide us, right? I love all your graphics with the meaningful messages on them. 🙂 Blessings and hugs to you!

  2. Ok, first of all, I want to tell you AGAIN that I’m so proud of you for getting through your first Whole 30 AND you lost 9lbs. YAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAY! 🙂 And also very proud of you for continuing to write and finish up your 31 days series from October. It doesn’t matter how long it takes to accomplish a goal, just that we keep working toward it. You go girl! 🙂

    • Thank you Nicki. You’ve been such a huge support to me on this journey. I’ve gained a pound back but I’m contending for health. Thankful to have you along here. Blessings!

  3. Barbie, I love your refreshing honesty and openness. In revealing your ‘not-got-it-all-together’ disposition you give us reason to exhale slow and rejoice as we exclaim with relief, “You too?!” My myriad physical health challenges are a perceived weakness which God is now using as a form of ministry to others. I write as He energises and inspires me, and share life in a way that others can relate to. By being a voice for the weak, wounded, broken and marginalised, I sense some inner resilience and strength in the surrender and yielding to God’s work in me. Bless you for being beautiful YOU! And for these gorgeous grace gift reminders and lovely images to feast on. xo

    • Thanks so much Joy. I often focus on what I see on social media, where everyone (for the most part) appears to have it all together. It’s refreshing to come across someone who doesn’t and is willing to admit that. I know that I need Jesus. He makes me look good. Always blessed by your visits.

  4. Your words are wonderful, but I must admit, I’m in awe of the visual images you share on your blog with every post. So lovely and well done. My learning curve here is nearly vertical!

    • Thank you Michele. I don’t take many photos so I use license free images found on the internet and have finally gotten to the point where I can make them look pretty good in PicMonkey. It takes time to learn but it’s really easy. Have a blessed week.

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