Two weeks ago I wrote a piece on how often I think I know better than God. It's the story of an experience I had with my son, Patrick, who is always challenging me to grow and change. This time he reminded me how I need to get out of the way and let God work.
One of the hosts of the Morning Air show liked the story so much, he invited me to come on the radio last week and share it. You can listen to the segment here beginning around minute 16:10.
In other news:
I'm no social media guru, but it seems as soon as I figure out something that works for me via social media, the platform changes. This is most certainly the case with Facebook. In case you don't know, Facebook has changed the way users see personal Facebook pages like mine. Unless you manually change your settings, all articles, updates, and book promotions from me will be hidden from your feed.
If you want my page to stay visible in your news feed, please follow the instructions via this handy dandy graphic so that you will be sure to receive my updates.
I'm going to be blogging a bit more regularly now that my book baby is about to be launched into the world, so my website and my newsletter are going to be the best places to find me. If you haven't done so yet, please sign up for my newsletter here. You get some cool freebies including the Litany Of Humility for Parents Prayer written by yours true AND a 25% off coupon code for my new book entitled Good Enough Is Good Enough: Confessions Of An Imperfect Catholic Mom.
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A cool idea:
My friend Jessica Ptomey is launching a great initiative: the 2018 Catholic reading challenge. You can learn all her project via the link, but I personally love the idea of intentionally selecting books that are edifying and faith forming. Get all the deets here!
I think that's it. Have a great Monday, friends.