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Riding With The Brakes On

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It’s been awhile since I sat down to really dig deep and write about my feelings. Yesterday was my birthday and what a splendid day it was! I was going to say I was spoiled but it’s not being spoiled when people love on you. I have finally come to a place in life and with myself to be able to receive the love and accept the wonderful gifts I was given. My mom gave […]

Ch Ch Ch Changes

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Listen friends, life doesn’t change until YOU change. If nothing changes, nothing changes. Attitude, thinking, speaking, living. Life changes when YOU change. I did it and I’m still doing it, and I’ll tell you, I’m happy, joyous and free today. Time to stop looking out and start looking in. It’s not easy at first but as you keep at it, one small change a day, life becomes lighter, you start to feel at ease and […]

Do It

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I’ve come to terms with the hurts and un-forgiveness from my past. This brings me to a place of serenity. This also brings me to a place where my “angry cup” is not so full that when life happens, I don’t “freak” out. I urge you; turn around and face your demons, if not, they’ll keep chasing you down. By suppressing them doesn’t mean you deal with them. Free yourself. I’ll be honest with you, […]

17, 19, 21- Living Life

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17, 19, 21. The exact ages my kids are today. The exact ages I was when I gave birth to them. Gosh, looking at them and watching them live life is a breath of fresh air. They go to school, work and have a social life. They have hobbies, they have goals and they are ambitious. Best of all, they’re kids. :) It’s funny how different their life is compared to mine at that age. […]

Teen Mom To Teens Proud

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For being 17 years old and growing up in a world that seethes with objectification of women, I am soooo pleased and soooo extremely proud to share what my youngest daughter Rebekah wrote as her base for the monologue she preformed at school. I am sharing this with her permission :)   The pressure put on women to be perfect in our society today is anĀ  outrage and is unacceptable. Society has put out an […]