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  1. After a week of my colleague bringing every mistake I made to my direct supervisor instead of asking me about it I needed this. So many a-ha moments as I read your blog! Thank you. This is one to print and read everyday until I live it out. Thank you for being vulnerable and sharing these thoughts as well as helping me to realize I am not alone in this.

  2. Ok, I’ll admit it… when I first started reading this post, I wasn’t too happy about it… So just because I didn’t like reading this doesn’t mean it’s not valid… It has nothing to do with you personally… and everything to do with what the Lord is trying to teach me… I’m just a stubborn mule… LOL! I’m not sure where my over-achiever desire of perfectionism comes from, but I have way too high a dose of it… The Lord has been saying… hmm… you might want to re-think that… a lot lately… I’ll look forward to reading more and getting to know you. P.S. #WCCWriters was fabulous!

  3. I think we must be long-lost twin sisters Cheri…I totally could have written this post! I hate making mistakes because of the crushing embarrassment I feel when I do. I need to remember your points here 🙂

  4. You. Have. No. Idea. How. Much. I. Needed. This!!!
    Especially today. And yesterday. And probably tomorrow.
    Public mistakes–the kind I can’t hide–literally make me want to throw up.
    Here’s to starving the bullies-much harder to get sick on an empty stomach, right?
    Thanks friend–you’re right on!

  5. Cheri,
    This is EXACTLY what I needed to here right this minute!