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I’m SO excited to welcome back to the She Impacts Culture podcast my friend, Pam Green, also known as The Flower Cart Lady! And today, if there is one thing I want you to know, it is this: Don’t Waste Your Hard.

If you listened in last week, I hope you were encouraged to stay in your lane and lean into God and His unique plans for you and your career! If you missed last week’s episode, be sure to listen in here.

Today, Pam and I chat about a new set of topics that will undoubtedly encourage and motivate you! We specifically chat through:

💥 What it means to “not waste your hard”
💥 How to trust God when it feels like everything around you is crumbling
💥 How to live life fully, even when you’re in a waiting period
💥 Why you should not be afraid to make mistakes

Friends, in this episode, Pam gets personal. She shares her story that, quite honestly, impacted me in some beautiful ways. If there is one episode you need to listen to, it is this one. Why? Because I want you to know that no matter what you are currently experiencing in life, God has you, and He is taking care of you, even when it feels like everything around you is falling apart. I pray that as you listen in, God will bring you a peace that passes all understanding. May you know that you are loved and cared for by the King of kings!


Connect with Pam:
Website: https://theflowercartlady.org/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theflowercartlady/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100068324886441

Pam is the co-owner of The Flower Cart Lady Farm with her husband, Gary. Together they run and operate the flower farm and design studio in Grant County, Indiana. In addition to growing her own flowers, Pam designs with them and provides arrangements for her front yard flower cart, special occasions, and events. She also has opened a 1/2 acre UPick flower field for others to pick their own bouquets.

Pam is a master Gardner and a member of the dahlia society. With a degree in education, Pam enjoys offering workshops in their 100-year-old barn, teaching others how to arrange bouquets, evergreen arrangements, and wreaths. Her motto is “Bringing joy one bouquet at a time,” knowing that she’s just a small part of what God is doing through each beautiful flower He grows.

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