On hurting abominably, undercurrents of joy, and thriving (Audio)

by Hallie @ Moxie Wife on September 25, 2014

On Monday morning I had the pleasure of sharing some of my thoughts on thriving with the women of St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Houston, Texas. I had the best time. Everyone was as kind and hospitable as can be and I got to spend the afternoon with sweet Cate! It was such a treat.

Because I’m super technical (haha) I somehow managed to record the talk on my iPhone. You’re welcome to listen below or you can right-click this link and choose “Save As” to download the MP3 file to your computer.

 

Take care, sweet peas!

Katherine S. September 26, 2014 at 6:21 pm

Beautiful talk Hallie! It resonated strongly with me. Thriving has been my goal for the year; I even started a blog examining what that might look like in my life. I thought you might appreciate the following post I wrote on the topic http://halfkindled.com/thriving-amidst-adversity/ , we came to alot of the same conclusions. God Bless you and the work you are doing for Christ both publicly, and in the hidden cloister of your home.
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Cate September 29, 2014 at 12:35 am

It’s amazing to come back to a city in which you lived for years, and only then discover how many u-turns existed on the other side of town! ;) xoxo
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Anna October 2, 2014 at 6:54 pm

Thank you for sharing this, Hallie. Your sweet words brought tears to my eyes. I often feel like I have no idea what I’m doing, and it helps to be reminded to be merciful with myself.
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Erin October 4, 2014 at 7:36 pm

Thanks so much for sharing this much-needed bit of wisdom and inspiration. This and the Edel talks have really comforted and invigorated me these past several weeks, and I’m so grateful to you, Jennifer Fulwiler, and all the other Catholic lady bloggers for helping to lift me up when I am weary. You’re the best!

Karen Bell October 8, 2014 at 12:30 am

Loved your talk. Saved it onto my Pinterest so I can easily find it again.

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