Wednesday, March 24, 2010

What Hill Are You Dying On?

I was raised by a U.S. Marine. I’m the oldest of four children and find leadership roles enjoyable. I’m the person you would lean on if you needed a shoulder to cry on. I’m the friend you would call if you wanted someone on your side, and I’m the mother of four who demands respect and tolerates nothing less. As you can imagine, as a newly married woman, I was a real peach.

Read my article at Exemplify this month to see what hill I was dying on.


6 comments:

Andrea said...

Blessings, hugs, and prayers,
andrea

Lauren said...

just finished reading it - loved it!!! I left you a comment at Exemplify! :)

Braley Mama said...

Oh man. I just read your article. Really hits home. Well, from that verse i guess it hits home with all of us. I always concentrated on the first part of that verse and never really even noticed the second. Obviously that is my self centered- ness focusing on my pain, not my husbands. Thank you so much for this article. I am constantly working on this and now I have a good verse to reflect on. Blessings, Summur

Mari said...

Joanne - you've done it again!
This is such a great article. The best sermons are the ones that make you examine yourself, and this article is making me take a look at my attitude!

Denise said...

Awesome article sweetie.

Susan Panzica - EternityCafe said...

WOW! Great article. Thought-provoking about not provoking.:)

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