What little girl didn’t want to be Wonder Woman when she grew up? Actually, for me it was probably a tie between Wonder Woman and Daisy Duke, since Lynda Carter and Catherine Bach were both such beautiful women who were also smart and strong. I had the privilege of growing up in a generation where anything was possible for women. I never felt like I was at a disadvantage because I was a girl (I was second in my class throughout high school), I could play sports (our softball team went to the NH State Championships semi finals), I could work the same job as the boys in my class, cleaning up the Town Beach, then on to lifeguarding, I could compete in Speech Contests and star in school plays (Maid Marion in Robin Hood) and because the sky was the limit for me, I took to the skies. I think because everything was possible, I believed there was nothing I could not do and that served me well. I’ve been very blessed. Now I am a Mom. I am a Pastor’s Wife. I am an Advertising Salesgirl. I am a Children’s Ministry Director. I am a Wife. In all of these areas I feel such an overwhelming sense of responsibility to do them all well, but so many times I fall short. I could relate to Barna’s research that 95% of Moms feel like there is something they can be doing better. This video was a good reminder that I am not meant to do it all by myself. I have limitations. But I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me and it is when I am weak that He is strong. I hope it encourages you too.