The Daily Dash: December 22, 2017 {@GettyMusic at @NashvilleSymph}

by brenna

This post may contain affiliate links, which means we may receive a small commission when you make a purchase at NO additional cost to you. Thank you for supporting our site in this way!

How will you spend this Friday before Christmas…
The Daily Dash: December 22, 2017 {@GettyMusic at @NashvilleSymph}

* Trump signs tax cut bill
* Miss America CEO’s emails reveal shaming and degrading comments
* Sports commentator Dick Enberg dies at 82
* Middle school’s call for “50 extra dads” for breakfast turns into 600!

The way we continually talk about our own inabilities is an insult to our Creator ~ Oswald Chambers

Christmas Day is quickly approaching and it also happens to be the last workday before the holiday, so I’m admittedly more stressed than I should be. While I’d like to think I haven’t been worrying about getting everything done, the truth is, I’m feeling the stress today. So I literally just stopped to say out loud “I don’t have to do it all” and it helped.

I am looking forward to turning the computer off for a few days and going to a special Christmas concert of “SING! An Irish Christmas” with the Getty’s at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center tomorrow night. I believe tickets are still available if anyone is interested:

Stay in the know on the go:
Subscribe to my YouTube Channel:
Join in the conversation on Facebook:
Tweet with me:
Watch my story unfold on Instagram:
Follow me on Pinterest:
Read my book, Raising Uncommon Kids:
Share the book on social media:
Focus on the Family interview:

Don’t want to miss even one day of the Daily Dash? Catch up on all of my Daily Dash videos and subscribe to my YouTube channel

The Daily Dash: December 22, 2017 {@GettyMusic at @NashvilleSymph}

Hope you make it a great day!

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy