Standing in my bathroom this morning I took a good long look at myself in the mirror. Looking back at me was what I saw as a small town, hardworking single mom. Standing there I couldn’t help but look deep at this image and remember where I came from, and
This morning I am waking up on Thanksgiving Day of 2016. My normal routine would be to shoot out the door for a run on my beautiful Georgia dirt roads, for prayer and thanks. However, this year is somewhat different. I am grinding it out on a stair master early
“You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt Courage is a quality I have always felt I was blessed with, even from a child. I’ve faced fear many times in my life and discovered courage. The
“We can teach from our experience, but we cannot teach experience.” As I head off to bed tonight I have so many things rambling in my mind. The main thing rambling in this mind is my brain trauma organization. It has taken me two years to get this organization completely
My life is amazing, as I am alive today to tell my story of it all. I have had many hard times, uncertainties, and even some permanent damage that I have learned to cope with. But I am grateful to be alive and share my message with the world.