March 8th is recognized as International Women’s Day. This day was originated to recognize and help eliminate women being discriminated against.
Throughout the years we have made a mark in this world to show how powerful we as women are. On this day let us celebrate the achievements we’ve made so far. Yes it’s true that we still are not equal to men, but as we look back even a decade ago, we are on our way.
Hey my friends!
As we reflect on 2019 and the decade in general, think about some of the highs and lows that were apart of your life.
It’s funny to think about what has happened in my life within the last decade. Now when I think about it, those ten years flew right by me. This decade has been a challenge to say the least. Some good, some bad…
And I don’t regret any of it…
I can honestly say with all of those stresses I had to face, it has developed me into the adult I know my family is proud of.
As I close the chapter to this year and this decade, I am so looking forward to starting chapter 2020. And in that chapter, I’m picking up where I left off in chapter 2019, as it was getting so good.
I want to thank all of my subscribers and those who have read and/or commented on my posts. I truly appreciate you all. And just know, the best is yet to come…
Happy New Year my friends 💋💋💋
Hey my friends!
Let me first put out this disclaimer, I am an island girl…born in St. Croix, USVI. Ok, so I’ve been living in NJ since I was three years old, so some would say I’m more of a Jersey girl (P.S. I completely disagree with that). Anyhow, I say all of that to say that I have spent most of my life so far living in Jersey. And believe or not, until this past week, I have never been to the beaches on the shore. Shocking right???
What was more shocking for me is how pleasantly surprised I was to see how beautiful it actually was. My friend goes to the beach all the time and since I didn’t get to go anywhere this summer due to my surgery and recovery process, she invited me to spend the day at the beach…sort of a staycation. I wasn’t too excited about going at first. For one, I just never had any interest in the jersey shore beaches. If I wanted to go to the beach, I would go to an island. And secondly, I’m just not beach ready. I still have my scar which is very visible and still not completely healed. So I decided, “what the heck, just go.” And I’m glad that I did…
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