Today, we here in the US, remember the lives that were lost on September 11th, 2001. No one will ever forget their lives, nor will we forget the brave heroics of others. Today is a day of remembrance, honor, and recognition. Thank You
I was born up north (as my southern family would say *smiles*), but my family raised me as if I lived in the south. So ‘Yes Ma’am/Sir’ and “No Ma’am/Sir” were in my vocabulary all my life (till this day I still say the term). I wasn’t a polenta girl, but a true grit eating child (laughs)… and I’m proud of it.
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Everyday, I seem to learn something new about myself. I woke up, checked my emails as usual, sipped some tea, and there she was read more >>
It can be a lonely place when you don’t think much of yourself. How do I know? Because at one point in my life I wasn’t as confident as I am now. Although I was raised to always believe in me, I somehow lost my way and forgot to believe. But when I woke up, I realized if I don’t love, respect, and believe in myself… how could I ever expect someone else to do the same.
So I began to invest in me. And realized I’m more amazing than I ever thought I was. Knowing that changed my life because never again would I ever ALLOW myself or anyone else to make me feel like I’m ordinary. Because I’m not. I’m extraordinary.