She Is Every Woman



She’s the one in the waiting room, the one who makes the bed, the one who on the inside feels empty and dead. She is every woman.

She’s a mom waiting in the carpool line, the one who is never on time, to her life’s just an uphill climb. She is every woman.

She’s making a new start, she is doing her best, it seems everything has to be a contest. She is every woman.

She’s seeking and searching, she’s trying to serve God, she doesn’t know why she feels so flawed. She is every woman.

She’s a friend, a teacher, a daughter and a mother. She’s a nana, a sister, an aunt and a lover. She is every woman.

She’s loved and beautiful, both inside and out. She’s a valuable treasure but she still has that doubt. She is every woman. ©

Written by Julie Moore

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Comments

  1. This is amazing. Thank you for sharing on TRDC.

  2. I’m popping over from Lady Bloggers. This is lovely. We do our best, don’t we? And some days feel heavy, like this.

    But some days, she is dancing on the grass, the sun in her hair, the one who just doesn’t care. 😉

    I wish you peace.

    Come and visit me!

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