Self-diagnosing at ATS

Self-diagnosing over on the website today, but here’s that Youtube link for you…

Tell the truth and stay in church. Are you a sufferer, too?

Hugs, Shellie

 I love to hear from you. And to prove it– for the rest of April, anyone who leaves a comment box will get his or her name thrown in a pot. I’ll send out a signed copy of Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat, She Just Weighs Heavy to a lucky winner on my birthday, April 30th! Kind of like a Happy Birthday gift in reverse!


About Shellie Rushing Tomlinson

Known as The Belle of All Things Southern, Shellie Rushing Tomlinson is a national best-selling author, speaker, radio host, and columnist from Louisiana.
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5 Responses to Self-diagnosing at ATS

  1. I’d love a copy of the book! I’ve been stalking it for a while now.

  2. Well, your name is now in the hat.:)

  3. Lexa goveia says:

    I would love a signed copy! I already have a copy but I’ve read it so manny times and passed it around to my family it’s hardly hanging together!

  4. And that made me smile big time! You are SO in the drawing, Miss Lexa Govenia! 🙂

  5. Frank Shelton says:

    Life runs backwards. You spend your youth wishing it all would hurry up. Hurry up and get to High School, hurry up and get a drivers license, hurry up and graduate, hurry up and get through college and out into the “real world”… and it all seems to go soooo slow.
    When you get old, or at least as old as me (not that I’m old, mind you) time seems to fly by. Wasn’t Christmas just a few weeks ago? Is school really just about out for summer? What happened to all that stuff I planned to do last year… the stuff I didn’t have time for? What do you mean it will be here before you know it? I’m not ready. I haven’t had time…
    They say you can never go home again. You can try, but what you’ll find is a different place and a different time. Oh if we could only go back and savor those moments… Would I do it all again? In a heartbeat. To have those days back.. the ones I wasted trying to get to where I am now.
    Take time to smell the roses… and study the petals and leaves… even the thorns. God has placed a plate full of wonders right under our noses, and we need to be sure to devote the proper amount of time to each and every one. When it comes time to leave we can say we didn’t miss a thing…

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