I've always felt like the underdog my whole life, like the person nobody recognizes when I walk into a room, group or team setting. I didn't know how to cope with that and stand out when I was younger and have had allot of regrets as a result of such feelings. The honest truth was I was scared, but what kid wasn't. With a little more life under my belt I'm still scared, but for different reasons. However instead of letting that fear cripple me I use it to push me. Now I choose to work against the fear, for that fear and self doubt does not come from God. I'm a little wierd and different, but I like that, I beat my own drum; to my own tune and that reflects in my life and daily decisions, it also reflects in the way I train.
Instead of hating my regrets I'm grateful to them. I'm grateful in that its made me stronger, more independent and willing to face my fears. I'm not trying to be who I want to be, I'm trying to be who God wants me to be and I must face my fears to do so! 🦁💯💯💯
Here’s a little ad I made for The Avenue’s sister bar #WhiteHorseTavern in Allston! My friend Lizzie is throwing a 90s party, and needed some rock solid designs to go with! Check out the party next Thursday January 25th!
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Hey. I’m having a thing and all yous guys should come, if ya smell what the rock is cookin’.🔮🦄 Come horse around with us at The White Horse Tavern in Allston on Thursday, January 25th for an evening of 90’s throwbacks! Party starts at 9pm, no cover, dress to impress in your 90’s gear and don’t forget your fanny pack. #90s#90sFashion#PartyLikeIts1999 (thanks @bamshaw for making me this magical rocktastic flyer 😍) @therock