It’s still vivid in my mind.

The sun was shining bright and I had hope in my heart.

In my cheer, I had asked for help loading the dishwasher while I did a few other various tasks.

After drinking my coffee, I went to put it in said dishwasher and stumbled upon what looked like a hoarder’s secret closet.

Food spilling everywhere, random dishes caked with who knows what, Tupperware strewn about - and I think I found even a shoe - shoved in a Whirlpool.

This wasn’t help, it was sabotage.

And it was personal this time.

I lost it. I really went nuts.

And after taking my anger a few steps too far, I then had to apologize to make matters much worse.

(I always hate when that happens - when I’m not in the wrong, but my reaction is so over the top, I become SUPER wrong).

Womanhood ain’t no walk in the park, I’ll tell you that much.

We’re miracle workers. But it can be a lonely business.

And with all the balls we have to keep in the air, it’s easy to feel like we’ve failed.

It’s easy to collapse in exhaustion and bubble up in resentment.

It’s easy to think all we do is DO, but it’s never enough.

We don’t have what it takes and we’ll never have our crap together.

But the real truth is, you’re a Boss Lady. And so am I.

Really. I know you don’t believe me now, but we know how to handle our business. No drama, not self-pity, no need for recognition, k? We got this.

We do what we gotta do and we get done what we need to get done. It’s who we are.

It may not always look perfect.

We might have a long way to go.

But there is another way, if the insane path we’re on isn’t working.

One look at the Proverbs 31 woman gives us insight into who we were born to be - and how to get there.

Enjoy today’s episode.

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