I think I've always had this 'skill', I can remember sitting down and making a list of things I wanted to improve about myself when I could barely write and I've continued through the years. I recently had one of those moments and after a little prayer and some pondering, I came up with a lengthy, lengthy list of weaknesses that I desperately want to become strengths.
Do you ever do this? Most gut-wrenching activity ever. But there is also something, I don't know, something that makes me feel the same way I feel after a good work out or an ugly cry. Emptied of negative, full of a desire to seek for better. I know it's a good thing or I'd expel this whole practice from my life, but it is humbling. That's the word.
Sparing you of the gruesome details, this sums up my self-eval results:
Oh, Brooke. Will you ever overcome the things you keep tripping up on?
Yes, I will.