HEY, GIRL HEY!

 

I’m SO happy that you are here! (BIG HUG)

w e l c o m e, l o v e.
In so many different ways, you are here for a reason. I’m so incredibly blessed and excited to be welcoming you with open arms into a space where there is connection for you, a tribe for you, advice for you, encouragement for you, just so much. A place where you will find out that you are not alone, as much as you may feel that you are in your days. And you never will be. It’s a place of comfort, where you can connect, hug, cry, laugh, tell your story, but most of all…
be yourself.
Because there is no other you, after all.

I’ve created this space just for us. Encouraging you to put your purpose over the pain and know that whatever it is that you are going through, it truly is making you stronger. (believe it or not, ugh, I knowww, girl…I KNOW.) You are slowly but surely, it seems, finding all of the truth in the strength to be all that you are capable to be. You are becoming nothing less than the person and all that you have been created to be.

I truly have a lot that I want to say to you, sweet friend, and I will get to it all. Eventually. But for now, we are continuing to build our community every single day, a strong one. And it’s a LOT bigger than any of us could imagine! Have you ever been in a giant room full of women who are strangers? Or at least that’s what you may think we are when we haven’t met yet, strangers… But in fact, we are so much more than that!
I definitely need YOU to be a part of this with me!


You see, as warriors, we all go through the same things in life, really. As much as you may have been through something different than the ‘struggle’ of the living warrior next to you, we all go through the same process that gets us from the beginning to the end while still being able to live through everything in between. There is a process for denial, grief, acceptance, advocacy, etc. You see, whatever it is that you are going through, we all still tend to go through the same process. And we will do this together, as again, you are not alone.

We, as women, need to keep lifting each other up. We have so much power, especially when we come together! And we need to remember that we all have a story. When we see each other out and about at the grocery store, in the carpool line at school, anywhere in public, whether our children are with us or whether we are there alone, we must remember that as quick as it is to judge someone, we don’t know that woman, we don’t know their story. They absolutely may be going through something life changing, heartbreaking, breathtaking, something taking over her e n t i r e life, swallowing her up whole. And, you know what? Maybe she just needs a freaking hug. I know I’ve been there. I know I still have days where a hug sounds like a dream to me.

There will be encouraging blog posts on this, connections within this, gatherings and also events for this. Yes, gatherings + events! So stay close and check back here soon, as there will be a page at the top in the menu just for you.

We need you, but most of all, you need you.
Invest in yourself + don’t even think about giving up.

Make it through another single day with me, warrior.
Just take one day at a time.
xx

 

 
A reminder for you, written by my boy living with the terminal childhood disease of Sanfilippo Syndrome. One day he will not be able to walk, talk, eat, or write. Some children, unfortunately don’t get a chance to do some of these things at all. This is his handwriting that he traced since he is not able to write on his own, a reminder for you that we will all try our best to take it ONE DAY AT A TIME.  -Owen’s Story (Age:8 2018)

A reminder for you, written by my boy living with the terminal childhood disease of Sanfilippo Syndrome. One day he will not be able to walk, talk, eat, or write. Some children, unfortunately don’t get a chance to do some of these things at all. This is his handwriting that he traced since he is not able to write on his own, a reminder for you that we will all try our best to take it ONE DAY AT A TIME.

-Owen’s Story (Age:8 2018)

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