When you hear that phrase, what do you think of?
“He’s not good enough for her”?
“I’m not good enough at my job”?
“My dirty house isn’t good enough”?
My friend, Megan, shared a link to an article on Facebook the other day: Blessed in weakness: a good enough mother.
This phrase, this good enough, is something I have used often. It all started when I was in a singles ward and the Bishop rounded us up for a Relief Society lesson on dating.