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GoodBye TwentyThrive !

Sunday, August 14, 2011

I chose the persona of Twenty Thrive for the 25th year Ive been blessed to breath on this green earth. My year to gain a more defined shape of the person I am, physically, emotionally, spiritually. To regain balance of self as a new mother, wife and entrepreneur. I had much success and many trials and errors in the last 9 months. I dont feel so much that I THRIVED more so that I STRIVED for a better more defined Siena. Its been said that the beauty is in the struggle, this last year has proven this to be true. Ive grown more emotionally, mentally and spiritually than I have physically. I am proud of these results. I reached my goal 1 yr postpartum to lose the baby weight, surpassed my goal by 1 pound :]
Im cutting Twenty Thrives reign short. I will be turning a new chapters in October as I reach my 26th year. I've realized Twenty Thrive was a great jump start and ideal but its not obtainable, it doesn't need to be. I am bringing myself back to what comes naturally to me, failure and success. If you've read my profile or past blogs you will recognize a repeated theme. Well two themes :] A persona that exemplifies as a RagDoll that tears when played with to roughly but can easily be stitched back up to be stronger than ever, & Wings usually accompanied by the saying 'Falling into the Darkness; Flying into the Light' which are inspiring words to me. I hope one day to feel confident enough with my body to get these words tattooed vertically up my spine so that they rest just below my sparrow wings. Its a constant reminder that failing THEN succeeding is what I am best at. That is obtainable.
Its been trying, its been rewarding, thank you for all you've helped me see,be, believe and learn.
Thank you & good bye TwentyThrive
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