Friday, September 30, 2016

Tea Time with Tiffany #68 - Accepting things we cannot control...

TGIF everyone! I had a really good time recording this rainy fall week's edition of:

Today I talk about some things in my life that are out of my control at the moment, but how I'm learning to accept that. I also wax poetic about podcasting and being part of the global Church community via our online connection to each other.

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 Do you also listen to The Break? Does listening to podcasts and/or reading blogs transport you and make you feel part of a larger community? How do you deal with things in your life that you simply cannot control? I would love to hear from you!


  1. Well *this* blog definitely makes me feel like part of a larger community. I think I started reading last November(?) Crazy! It has definitely helped me grow in my faith and as a person. There are a few others that I read regularly (like Blessed is She) that are also fantastic toward creating a larger community.

  2. Hi Sam! It's been almost a year?! Where does the time go? *cry face* But I'm SO GLAD!!

  3. I agree with Sam. This blog makes me feel part of a larger community. I think you were pregnant with Anne when I started reading but I think the community feel is more recent and involves me being a more active commenter. Listening to podcasts and reading blogs remind me that I am part of a much larger church than just my parish or just the parishes in my town. I appreciate those who like you put their struggles out there for all to read/listen to because it helps to know that others have similar experiences.

  4. Hi Melanie! SO glad that you are here, gal! This is exactly how I feel too. And it's such a warm and fuzzy, yes? :)


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