Chin up!

Ever have a day when things just aren't going right?

Yep, me too.

In fact, yesterday was just one of those days.

We all have em.

I just have to remind myself that it will pass.

The sun will shine.

His mercy will endure!

One of my bad habits is when things start heading south, I take a nose dive. Deep.

Don't ya just hate that?

I know my husband does ;)

Life can be hard sometimes.

We are not meant to carry our burdens alone. Nope.

So I'm here to say...

Chin up buttercup!

His mercy endures forever!

Never runs out. Never runs low.

It endures even the hard stuff.

Even the silly hard stuff...

Like ..

I'm never going to be good enough.
                                   small enough.
                                   tough enough.
                                       big enough.
                                worthy enough.

You know what?

You already are enough my sweet friend!

So chin up buttercup

YOU and I are just where we are meant to be today!

xo Susie

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  1. <3 it! Sorry for your hard day :(


  2. Your darling art work ... contains such truth. A winning combo.


  3. Sorry that you had a bad day, you're right in saying that we all do have them.
    We just have to remember, "This too shall pass."
    Thanks for sharing cuteness!

  4. I love this would be perfect in my kitchen where I could see it first thing every morning {instead of the mess!}. I hope you are all cheered up by now!


  5. Well, thank you!
    That was exactly what I needed today ;)

  6. love the art...chin up! Please take care!


  7. Love it! Hope you have a great day today!

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