It’s Not Baloney

“My bologna has a first name . . .” Come on, you remember singing the song! And it probably still makes you smile to think of it.

Several weeks ago I read this article in the Lancaster newspaper about a local who is now driving the Wienermobile. Taylor Hutchinson is quoted as saying the most rewarding part of the job is “making dreams . . . come true for people across the country.” Apparently, there are people who have placed on their bucket lists the idea of seeing or riding in the Weinermobile. Whatever. Were you to see the things on mine list, you would know I shouldn’t be judging anyone else.

What I loved about the article was the way Hutchinson saw the positive force of her job, the ways she could impact the lives of others for good simply by bringing a smile to their faces. Hutchinson is not afraid to be herself and to do what she loves.

This week I will be teaching two different groups of women. On Saturday morning I am speaking on “Becoming the Friend I Need” at Crossroads Community Church in Lititz, Pennsylvania. On Friday evening I am speaking to the women of New Covenant Christian Church in Washington Boro, Pennsylvania. I’ll be giving my “I’m No Mother Teresa” talk, helping the women discover how God uniquely created them to make a difference in the world.

I love to speak to groups—that’s one way God has gifted me—and I’ve made it my mission to encourage people to do something to make the world a better place by using the abilities, personality and passions God has given them.

Hutchinson seems to be using hers. How about you? Tell me what you’re doing to brighten the world by being you.



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