Manage episode 216655335 series 1262022
Do you find yourself enduring the season of life you’re in, rather than embracing it? Do you find yourself always expectantly looking ahead, putting the opportunities of today on hold because you’re distracted by your dreams for what’s next? Maybe you don’t even want to want to be content with what your circumstance is right now, you just want it to end! Well, today’s episode is for you, friend.
I’m so excited to welcome Stephanie Holden, otherwise known as Honey Holden, to the show today. She’s a Southern girl, a pastor’s wife and a spiritual mama. She radiates such contentment, wisdom and an awful lot of whimsy – so I wanted you to get to know her. Today on the show, we’re talking about walking gracefully through life transitions, which I know is something you want to do too. And I think you’ll find that what Stephanie shares applies to any season of life where you’re feeling discontent, or where beauty and grief are bumping elbows.
Stephanie has been married to her husband Nick for 30 years. And she’s being doing ministry with him for 20 years. They have three adult daughters and 4 grandchildren. She loves thrift stores, popcorn, and little celebrations… and isn’t Honey just the most whimsical grandma name you’ve ever heard?
Honey is such a delight. I can’t wait for you to meet her.
Here’s the interview on the Dear Daughters Podcast Episode 73.SUBSCRIBE IN ITUNES SHOW NOTES
- Tara Royer Steele
- Letter to the 16 year old me ~> Dear Me.
- Honey’s favorite fall recipe is chili… maybe make a big pot + this delicious creamed cornbread recipe from the Bald Pate Inn I talked about on the show.
- You’ll definitely want to follow Honey on Instagram
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