Hello dear ones! Thirty nine years ago, I was birthed from my Mother, a beautiful and hard working free spirit. I came into this world at 8:00am. I have lived a wonderful life full of hardships, heartache, blessings, abundance, love, light, joy, and gratitude for it all. I have seen many people in many countries and in many situations throughout my 39 years and we all share one thing that brings us together. This my dear ones is unconditional love! The light that dissolves the darkness within and around us. It is my birthday and I’m very blessed and grateful for each precious moment I get to see the power of love and light throughout this beautiful world! May each and every one of you all get to experience, feel and share unconditional love and may the light shine through you and around you all! With lots of pure love and light on this beautiful day! Peace to us all!
Hi Jayce 👼🏾 You beautiful bundle of joy. You are so special. Born on my favourite day (which I predicted 💁🏾♀️) Living proof that God is so amazing. So lucky to be one of the first to meet you. I remember when you were just a little peanut cooking in Mommy belly now you’re 10 days old breaking girls hearts with all this cuteness!! I love you & anytime I get baby fever I will take you from Mommy & Daddy and give you all the love and care I still have in me. Muah Muah Muahhhh🦋🦋🦋
“Everything in our lives -without exception- is either a blessing, or a blessing in disguise”. -Joel Fotinos- .
This quote could not be more true in my life than it was this past week.... Days after praying and booking a non-refundable last minute Cuba trip, I was smacked in the face with the reality that my passport was expired. It takes 3 weeks to get that renewed and we were leaving in less than a month. Ohhhh how much I cried. I cried a lot! But once you’re done getting your frustrations out, it’s good to know that I can just put my worries at Jesus feet and that his loving hand will take care of me. So I did.
Grabbed the phone, called my mom and she so kindly suggested that we should take a 2 day trip to the Chilean embassy in Chicago! It’s worth saying that I had never gone on a long trip with just my mom. But because of this upset, we were able to have that girls trip we so needed.
The passport process went as smoothly as it could ever go. And our prayers are that it will keep going that way.
I didn't do social media yesterday, so today I want to honor the two men in my life.
First my dad, he was tough, he was full of life, he was a daddy of girls but that never stopped him from teaching us to be tough, he was also full of love. He took many in as his own, and never once treated anyone different because of their circumstances. I miss you daddy but I am positive I see you again one day not too soon.
And My husband Josh he took on a lot when he decided to pick me, he took in two special little boys that love you so much, you are the best example of a man in their young learning lives, and to our two girls, wow they will have a tough time finding an equal to their daddy.
I have also been blessed by others that stepped up when my daddy couldn't do it anymore and am thankful for each of them.
What may seem to be a hard time might turn out to be a blessing in disguise.
It's all about how you see stuff.
You might have had a failure in your career.
A relationship got Over.
Whatever happened, can turn out to be the best moment of your life.