Hair In A Bun Day Friday: God and Mommy Dearest

“I think the most important thing a woman can have – next to talent of course – is her hair dresser. ” Joan Crawford

In the daily life of the sisterhood, the work week, coworkers and life itself can often times demand perfectionism.  We get so caught up in the daily drama we actually think there is such a thing and we end up working our tails off to achieve it.

mommie_dearest_faye_dunaway0031When we eventually come to the realization that life itself is a kaleidoscope of mistakes and failures, we can all take a step back and stop the regular routine of shouting, “NO WIRE HANGERS!”

Mommie-Dearest

As well as stop from demanding that life itself be perfect.  Picture 1I remember there was a time when religion taught me to believe that God demanded the very best and that if I couldn’t keep up – there was something wrong with me.  I’m all for high expectations, but the most important thing to do after a long work week is look back and say to the Mother of all things Dearest, “I tried my best.”

Hope all our sisters remember over the weekend that there’s nothing wrong with a little wire in your hanger.

Love,

Ed

 

 

3 thoughts on “Hair In A Bun Day Friday: God and Mommy Dearest

  1. This is great! I love this. If I ever teach on living a not perfect life for Christ, I want to use Joan Crawford, and wire hangers as an example! Haha. It totally describes our walk with God. It’s not going to be perfect, and those christians who strive on perfection in every aspect of their life, tend to the be ones who screw up and then lose their faith because really life isn’t perfect, especially a christian one. Great post!!

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