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Sunday, July 20, 2008

If anyone had asked me if I was a “worrier” a few years ago, I would have answered with a definite no. I have always considered myself one of those optimistic people who unfailingly see the glass as half full. I still do.

However, when I listen to my own words carefully, I realize that while I don’t use the word worry a lot, I actually do worry – quiet often. I hear myself using phrases like: “I hope….; What if….; I don’t think we should do that because….; I’m afraid that if….; I’m concerned….; Every time we try to do that…. Not words that reveal a very trusting heart.

To read the rest of this post please visit me at Laced With Grace. I will be there bright and early monday morning.

  posted at 4:36 PM

At 6:18 PM, Blogger Joanne said...


Thank you for your sweet comment on my post. I am headed over to Laced with Grace right now to read more about worry. Lord knows that I am guilty of that from time to time. I see my cup as half full too which is saying alot for me. Especially since I come from a very long line of worriers.

Blessings, Joanne

At 10:18 PM, Blogger Dawn said...

"Concern" is great substitute word for worry, isn't it??

At 12:09 AM, Blogger Denise said...

Thank you sweetie for your kind comment on my laced with grace devotion. I appreciate you, be blessed.


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