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And it looks like this! Our Photo of the Week:Joy Jump! This movement makes women want to jump for joy!
Testimony of the week: Joy D.
I just wanted to send a note of thanks this Sunday morning to GirlTrek for many reasons. First, thank you for organizing and honoring Harriet Tubman. You've brought her sacrifice, determination, struggle, and success to life for so many and it really hits home for me. She no longer is and will never be just another history fact in a book. But, it has also shown me that I can overcome what plagues me. I haven't been as fully engaged in this weekend, as I would normally have been. I've been very depressed, but seeing everyone's dedication and commitment around the country has kept me from sinking further. This morning God sent me the message (the same message He's been sending, but today I really took hold of it) that I have to get up and do what it is that He has purposed for my life. So, even though I didn't do a potluck on Friday, and solo walked with my daughter in our neighborhood yesterday instead of joining Adrian at Memorial Park, this morning I prayed and made a pledge to myself. I pledge to be a better me and to get rid of what holds me back. I attached my pledge, so that I can share my pledge with people I respect and it will hold me accountable.