It’s been forever since I’ve said hi and I hope all is well with you. I’m in an interesting place in my life. I’m constantly looking at the person I am with the person I’m meant to be. In my life, there have been so many struggles, aka challenges that I’ve had. Some were because I didn’t want to rock the boat, but others were because I just wanted to make my into someone else. Is my life over?
This Friday is my birthday, and I’m excited, but I also wonder is my life over. Will I finally break free or allow others to put me in a box and stay there for the rest of my life. There are some things about me that I was raised to do, always be nice, watch my facial expressions, and I believe those are still good qualities to have. I watched how my parents lived, and that’s not acceptable for me. Is my life over? I don’t think my mom ever gave me a goal of how much money she ever wanted to make or generate. My dad never did. So, does that mean I have to follow suit?
There comes a moment in life, where you get tired of hitting your head on the same rock, it’s very painful, and it can kill you. I’m ready for more adventures that lead me to my goals. No more partial blessings. So, does that make me weird? Probably. But oh well, that’s fine. Here’s a quote I want to share with you.
There are two dates in your life, the day you were born and the day you figure out why.
I’m not a perfect person, nor do I proclaim to be. Technically, I shouldn’t even have this platform because of what society has said about girls like me. But I’m me, and I encourage you to push past where people say you can’t go. It’s your life and you should go as high as possible. I have a broadcast I do called Crazy Weird News, and I often talk about embracing your wierdness. Those wonderful things about you that sometimes you keep hidden over fear of what others will say and do.
I’ve decided to be unapologetically me. The people that are for me will love my quirks, and if not boo hoo, lol. I must stay true to me. Like Shakespeare said. To thine own self be true. So, is my life over?
No, it’s not over. In fact, it’s just beginning. I’m going to fly higher and higher. There will be people who won’t want you to win but win anyway. Stay encouraged!