We’ve all heard this line from Irving Berlin’s “Easter Parade”: “In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it, you’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter parade.”
Joyful Springers personify grandness. They don’t need a fancy bonnet (even though they may wear one from time to time just for fun) to be the fullness of their magnificent selves.
Contrary to what you might have been taught, stepping into your splendor isn’t being egotistical and wrong. It’s actually selfless and right. When you feel the confidence and power that comes from knowing that you’re glorious, you can far more easily step out and lead others in joyful, inspiring ways. Being majestically you helps everyone else be majestic too.
[Delta is back. Her momma, Joan, says about this photo, "I saw this Easter bonnet at [a fabric store] and immediately fell in love with it. In my mind, I could see it on Delta.” Great vision! Joan said she had to take a lot of photos to get this perfect shot, but her effort was worth it, don’ t you think? ]
Ducky and Tim and I wish you and yours a very HAPPY EASTER!
Andrea (Ande) Rains Waggener, is an author and fanatical dog mom and a practicing Joyful Springer.
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