All Storms Pass
Updated: Nov 6, 2019
This was us on Easter in 2009, about 7 months after my ex-husband left. In our tiny, crappy apartment learning how to be a family of four instead of five. My twins Mira and Izzy are about 20 months here and my son Kanen had just turned six.
I look back at this now and it seems like a lifetime ago. I remember feeling so alone and scared, yet hopeful for what my life could become. Yet, never in a million years could I have imagined that I’d be sharing my story from stages around the country, or telling my deepest struggles in a traditionally published book.
I could have never dreamed that I’d become an entrepreneur, running my own life and building my schedule around being home for my kids. Never could I have dreamed that I’d be paid for doing what I so deeply love. If I could go back in time, I’d give that me a long hard hug. I’d say; “Girl you have no idea now, but all this struggle will one day become your calling. It will all eventually make sense. You are going to be just fine.”
When you are going through hell, try to remember that it’s a necessary part of your journey to greatness. It's part of your story, and it's what makes you extraordinary. And it’s what will make the good times, ohhhhhh so GOOD!!! Hold on tight in the dark times because all storms eventually pass. And when the sun brakes after the storm, nothing feels quite as wonderful! Whatever your circumstances are today, they DON’T need to indicate what your future will hold. Your future holds what you DECIDE it will. That is your choice. Create something beautiful!
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