Reflections on the year

So this has been quite the year of reflection for me.

I had a huge promotion at work. It came after moving up the ladder during my eight years at my job. During that time, I had a new baby, moved at least three times, became a medical expert and She-Warrior going through my then teenage daughters trials with brain cancer and it’s treatment.

I’ve experienced change. Those major life changes that can make or break a person. Changes that make you look around and see where you are and who’s by your side.

I allowed my emotions to be released during this year….after a few years of being very numb so that I could be very strong.

I reconnected with old friends. Some have passed away. My circle increased and so did my support system.

I learned the importance of planning and the realness of thinking and speaking things into existence. I’ve finally found the desire to write again.

I’ve been saying that I would get married without a potential mate in mind. To my surprise, people started showing up. That also made me reflect on what I really wanted. Who I really am. What I really need (there is a difference between what you want and what you need).

I realized that I am a whole person. Some people are a different person at work…different with certain people…they have different levels of spirituality based on the surrounding circumstances. I stopped compartmentalizing myself. I learned that I am whole. I am just me.

I learned that people listen. That people care.

I don’t need to make resolutions for the new year. 2014 is going to be wonderful. I’m on a path. I’ll keep walking it. I am writing my plan. I am working my plan. Great things are in store.

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experiencing many transitions in life - new husband, new house, new city, new baby. it can be overwhelming. i'm taking time to go back to basics. trying to figure it out myself. practicing that new time religion - self realization - finding, protecting, loving, perfecting me.

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