Confession: I've had drama-queen tendencies. This is embarassing; and I'm still in recovery for it. But I've lived with myself long enough that I can officially put my drama into 2 categories: Old-Drama-Queen Heather - she made a bigger deal out of the crisis than was needed. She told more people than cared to know or needed to know. She often brought the crisis on herself. She stunted her potential because she delayed her progress by the drama.  New-Drama Heather - strives to make something out of a crisis with GOD FIRST. Proceeds to tell only a few people (who can handle it cause they know her well).  She EXPECTS a speedy recovery. She stays quieter only because she desperately wants to hear God's whisper. These days, I am constantly aiming toward "New-Drama Heather," & hope the old drama queen's days are over. How 'bout you? 

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1. Michele Sweet wrote:
New-Drama Heather is much better..or as Ron would call me ..."Medium Maintenance Michele "...

May 4, 2011 @ 7:11 PM

2. Indy wrote:
I like this!

May 4, 2011 @ 7:34 PM

3. Shirley wrote:
Old Drama Heather sounds just like present Shirley here ;) But as much as I strive to drop it at times, it just creeps back up on me...Wish I had the long-term remedy to this...

May 4, 2011 @ 7:59 PM

4. Genie U wrote:
Great post! Love the part about staying quite to hear God's whisper. SOOOOOOOOO true!
Thanks for sharing your heart!
Love ya H!

May 5, 2011 @ 1:43 PM

5. janette wrote:
love it! this is so down to earth, nitty gritty, get real, check your own self post. I'm working on the new drama Janette. I tend to exaggerate & I'm catching myself when I do it now......great post

May 17, 2011 @ 9:48 PM

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