Day 2 leading to Year 4
"If y'all was capable of getting it, I wouldn't mind explaining
If y'all was capable of getting it, it wouldn't need explaining"
I hope that today you are as proud of you as I am that you are still on your journey. What you do daily, struggling through chronic pain when everybody would give you an excuse not to, shows that your sobriety isn't for show. It isn't for attention. It's for you. You take it upon yourself to ChooseYou daily & I thank you for that. On top of that you constantly work & build on who you are. You designed this site that people come to to read this blog & be encouraged in other ways. Before you did so you didn't know how, you learned. You are an entrepreneur constantly creating. Bionic Woman is soon to soar. Your message will reach the world in the time it's meant to do so. The book you're writing & the story it tells is life changing & inspiring. Your t-shirts, day planners, & documents of your struggles for awareness. People don't see everything you do, & they don't get you. Especially not many of the ones in your life, but I know something that you don't. Even though it doesn't feel good to be dismissed, misunderstood, & diminished by the people you care so strongly for & desire to be loved by, what you do shall not stop. The fight you fight daily will not fail. Why? Because you do not do it for them. You do not do it for me. And you do not do it for us. You do it for you. You do it for the person who doesn't have the motivation to fight on one more day when all the people in their life thinks they need to "get over it". You do it for the people who are survivors of "So F@#king Much!" who don't have a more simpler way of saying that. You are a voice. An image. An example & a light for someone who you do not know & have yet to meet. Someone (besides me of course) needs you to fight on day after day no matter how you feel because they want to too, they just need someone to show them how. Keep doing so. Thank you for the #EverydayMilestone of being you. I love you.
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