perfectionism

Fear Drives, Love Draws

by SomeGirl on April 4, 2012 · 16 comments

What an exciting week we’ve had at our place! Over the weekend we added chicks to our family. Six little gals named: Sugar, Nugget, Oreo, Red, Golden (chick), and Brownie. We’re looking forward to watching them grow and having our own organic, free range eggs in the future. :) As you can tell from the […]

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What stands in the way? {Day Thirteen}

by SomeGirl on October 12, 2011 · 14 comments

Our front stoop is now decorated in orange. The weather is much cooler and rain has finally come to our thirsty land. It is a great change from the hot, dry days that were before. What a wonderful picture of what’s been happening around here through our prayers for revival… A change has been taking […]

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Hi. I’m Michelle. And I’m a perfectionist. It’s something I’ve struggled with since I was a child and something I’ve brought with me into adulthood. I like to make light of it and joke about being a recovering perfectionist, but the truth has been hitting me hard this past week and was driven home tonight […]

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A Life That Is Real

by SomeGirl on May 12, 2011 · 22 comments

Fraddling Friday… Hmmm…. If only I had done some neat thing for someone this week… Or some great selfless act of service… Or been so loving and kind, thinking of those around me and more importantly those closest to me… But I can’t say that I did. It’s been a long, hard week and I’m […]

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Compassion, Not a Report Card

by Guest blogger on January 14, 2011 · 9 comments

Guest post by Patti {Becoming Joyful}) I didn’t think I was a legalist. I just thought I was disorganized, selfish and overcommitted. I was trying really hard to be a good girl, to be a good Christian, and if I could just get organized… read my bible harder… pray more… Until the day, not too […]

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You don’t have to be perfect in all that you do. It’s okay to let go of that goal. You are loved, cherished and rejoiced over with singing by The One who is Perfect. – That’s something very comforting to think about (and something I’m writing mostly for myself). – Have you written a thought-provoking […]

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