”Just drop us a pin.”
they pulled up in the dead of night with love and empathy for everyone
hell-bent on making you remember that you are heaven-sent
built for more you are
one of God’s brilliant stars
you are enough
they pulled up in the dead of night with love and empathy for every one
The rusty metal of the hanger seemed to beg for embellishment or at least that’s what I told myself.
I cut, wrap, and rework, remembering how my mom used to make wreaths for holidays and as gifts.
Moments like this one connect me to her in a positive way. I laugh to myself and thank God for the opportunity to see her from a different perspective, past, and present.
Diving through the feelings
Down deeper through the thoughts
Swimming in a sea of presence/ presents
What a life
I put my mental, physical, spiritual, and financial health first. Unapologetically.￼
I am honest about what I can and can not handle and I say no to carrying anyone’s burdens or stresses.
This does not make me weak.
When things seem overwhelming I take a moment to check in with God and myself reaching out to my support system if I need to.
I am not perfect by any stretch of the imagination and I release guilt for not always handling things “perfectly”.
I surround myself with unconditional genuine love and I thank God for it.
I have all that need.