I'm Not Sorry My Family is a Little Spicy | a #write31days post at givinguponperfect.com

One of the most encouraging blog posts I’ve ever read was, “Hope for Spicy Families,” by Jen Hatmaker. She says about her crew: “We are a spicy people. We love obnoxious humor and sarcasm and we are very, very loud. The lot of us suffers from Big Feelings About All The Things, which makes us a passionate, emotional bunch.”

And then she goes on to say why all of that is okay.

I’ve read that post at least 10 times, because I need to hear it that often (or more). My family is also spicy, obnoxious, loud and sarcastic. And except for the occasions on which I have a headache and desperately long for a sweet, quiet bunch, I’m okay with it.

This is who we are. It’s not who I thought we’d be. It’s not who people in my life wish we were. But it’s who we are – and I love us.

So, we’re spicy. Deal with it.

Are you a little more spicy than sweet? What about your family?

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This post is part of the 31 Days Writing Challenge. To read all the posts in this series, click here. And to learn more about this challenge or to find more series to read, visit Write31Days.com. Apple photos courtesy of my brother, James.

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