Not a new me, just a more powerful me

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Sometimes I look back at my life and wonder how I let myself get to this point. Sad thing is alot has happen, but it was stuff I could have controlled. Crazy as it may seem, as much bad stuff has happen to, I'm glad it did. It has me the strong woman I am today. Years ago I would have just taken anything that came my way. But I realize I can stand up I handle any issue. I'm ok with fighting for what I want.

Just like fighting to change my lifestyle and be healthy. Fighting past all the bad foods, laziness, and depression. I realized there is something so much better than that bad stuff. I have a beautiful family who cares so much about me. I want to be here for their future as well as mine. I have started making big plans for my future and I'm really excited about it.

Plus I'm getting married next year to best person that has ever walked into my life. He's been there for me and is so proud of me. I used to think I had to go at this all alone. But I don't and that makes my progression even easier. I'm realize have many strengths. My weaknesses are getting to be less and less. I guess it toook some changing for me to see it all. But happy it did.

So all I have to say to my future is bring it. I'm ready for whatever comes. I have the strength and the mindset for anything.

I truly have the POWER, more than I have ever had. I got this all day long. I'm so blessed and encouraged( I'm smiling just making this blog).
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    I can definitely relate to what you are saying here. I spent a good chunk of my adult life letting things and people control things that I should have had a handle on myself. But, for the past few years I have finally been allowing only me to control me, and my life has been getting better and better each day.
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