As I read Mitch’s powerful words today, it reminded me of the many times in my youth when I thought I had found “the one.” I learned over time to be patient and to work on me. What God whispered is that while he was working on me, he was also preparing “the one” for our eventual divine appointment.
We spend so much of our lives waiting for “the right person.” The right person to marry. The right person to hire us for that career-making job. The right person to make it happen, whatever “it” is. Many years ago, after diving into a relationship with someone who “might be the one” (she wasn’t), I […]
Principle Michelle is a middle school leader, master teacher, and a Certified Parent Empowerment Coach. She currently resides in the Washington D.C. area where she serves kids and their parents who have entrusted her to help them navigate the middle years.
Principle Michelle loves "the middle" -- it's the place where the rubber meets the road. Kids in middle school are at a pivotal stage in their lives, and they can go left or right. Because this is where God positioned her, she gets to direct and guide middle school students in the way that they should go.
She also enjoys helping families build strong biblical foundations by offering them strategies, resources, and tools to help them to train up their kids and to build the life God intended.
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How very, very true. I read a similar thing many years ago. Such wisdom.
Mitch hit the nail on the head, Dawn. I hope all is well with you. <3
Honored by the reblog, Michelle!
It was my pleasure, Mitch. 🙂