Audience of One

As a child, I would play dress-up and walk around my room wearing my mom's high heels.  My imagination was without boundaries.  I could think and feel differently simply by changing into a new outfit.  Then came the imaginary audience (the mirror) that admired my fashion sense and beauty. 

Years later, I still take that same imagination along with me and transform the way that I see myself.  I'm still learning how to practice who I want to become.  I don't have to be in the presence of my imaginary audience anymore.  I now have an audience of One -- One who knows me by name! Whether it's finding the accessories for an outfit, or creating a style that reflects my personality, I've learned that image begins with transforming our thoughts about who we are and embracing who God has designed us to be.  Be Who You Are -- it's a feature that can never be replicated!

"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you." - Maya Angelou