MY SOUTHERN ROOTS

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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YOU’RE NOTHING SHORT OF AMAZING

in9214It 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.

xox