Dear Chrisley Nation:
Hope everyone is feeling wonderful this Wednesday. Perhaps you started your day with a quiet car ride or some doggy yoga ... I’m sorry, but WHAT THE HELL IS DOGA?
People, please tell me I’m not crazy because, sometimes when you’re surrounded by crazy people, you forget! Of course, Lindsie, my resident hippie, thought the dang dog should do some deep breathing exercises. Have you heard that dog breathe? How is that relaxing?
It was nice to see this week’s episode take a lighter tone after the seriousness of last week. With all my heart, I thank each and every one of you for your kind words on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram about Savannah’s car wreck. It means everything to us to have such caring fans. And for those of you who shared your personal stories of trauma and loss, may God bless you and your loved ones.
As you could see this week, Savannah is not one to let a serious injury get in the way of her determination. And while I admire her commitment, I also admire that she asked for help this time around. I can’t tell how how important that is. No one can get through this life without a little help, and that’s why I know in my heart of hearts that, when push comes to shove, the people in your life will lift you up when you need them most.
Nothing gives me a greater sense of pride than seeing my children be passionate about something -- I mean, really trying. I am blessed and humbled to have adult children who put their all into being their best selves -- whether it’s Lindsie being an amazing mother, Chase getting his real estate license, or Savannah launching her clothing line. I am so proud of my children and constantly awed by the adults they’ve become.
Seeing everyone come together this week for Savannah’s focus group, from Grayson pitching in to Julie helping with food, makes me more proud than I could ever express. I guess, like a heap of mannequin pieces on the floor, this family is greater than the sum of its parts and, for that, I am truly blessed.
Thanks, as always, for being a part of our extended family. Talk to you next week!