I’m Messed Up And Proud. Who’s With Me?


I am Good Enough….

A while back I read an interesting post from a blogger I follow. It struck a huge nerve deep in my heart.

Always when a circumstance presents itself, it makes you do a lot of reflection. As I mentioned before in a previous post, 2017 ended on a bitter note. It spilled onto 2018, with some major revelations. God uncover the truths, one being the biggest door buster of all. I realized I wasn’t accepting of myself. This post truly awaken my spiritual eyes too the true mess I create, but that it is ok to make mistakes. Live, Learn, and Laugh on! No need to dwell on being perfect or right. It happens to all of us. I need to look in the mirror and realize, well “Sh&t Happens!”, Dust yourself off and go forward. I keep beating myself down over being perfect for others approval. Honestly, I just need Gods approval. I need to fall back and rely on him.

Anyway, I’m rambling. Please keep reading, I’m sure you’ll enjoy the post and find some inspiration. I want to thank the blogger Fractured Faith, because they have inspirational post. Happy Reading!

Fractured Faith Blog

Many moons ago Fionnuala and I got married. One morning shortly before the big day I woke up with a crick in my neck. I thought little of it, assuming I had slept in an awkward position. But it continued to ache and niggle in the coming days despite how much I stretched and manipulated it. I swallowed paracetamol but might as well have been taking M&M’s for all the good they did. Come our wedding day the crick was still there.

And so it was. Fionnuala married a pain in the neck….with a pain in the neck.

Have you ever cracked your neck? There are few more satisfying sensations in the known universe. Over the coming weeks and months I developed my neck cracking technique down to a fine art but to no avail. The pain persisted and months became years. I learned to cope with the pain. It…

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Hi, I’m Tiffany! My hope is to encourage and equip others to nurture a life rooted in the scriptures and a quiet, gentler lifestyle.

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