So, I know it’s almost Christmas and we’ve all got jingle jangles on the brain. But, let’s rewind and pretend that it’s Thanksgiving. Think back to gravy-sopped turkey, Aunt Mildred’s green bean casserole and the urge to unbutton your pants. Ah yes…we’re there. It’s Thanksgiving Day.
Between all the gobbles and wobbles, I was a guest writer on an amazing website called (in)courage on Turkey Day. It was a fitting day to publish a post about how much I love to give to others and how much more I love all the hi-fives and finger snaps about me giving to others.
(in)courage is a gorgeous website for Christian women to talk, listen, teach and learn. I’m so stoked that I got to be a part of it…even it was for just a Tryptophan moment.
Before I drop the link to my post like it’s hot, I want to give a cyber shout out a very (in)courage-ing woman. Lisa-Jo, the Community Manager for (in)courage, is an unstoppable force in the encouragement industry. She coordinates the guest writers for (in)courage and was chock-full of inspiration, encouragement and humor. She loves what she does and loves to ignite the creative spark in others. So, thanks, Lisa-Jo for being fantastic! (follow her on Twitter!)
*AHEM* Without further adieu, here’s my post. Now pass the mashed potatoes.
As always…thanks for reading. You encourage me more than you’ll ever know!
P.S. Thanks for sharing a piece of pumpkin pie with me on this faux Thanksgiving Day. You may now resume singing, “Feliz Navidad.” You’re welcome.