Learning to Change your Story

Today my son turns 26 and I’m not sure how it’s even possible, but it’s the truth. He’s been a blessing to me from the day I had him.

Sure I was 17 when He was born, and you should know that I wouldn’t change a single thing.

That’s why I’m writing to you today, because no matter where you are in your life today I want you to know that it’s exactly where you should be.

As you get older like me, you will learn that you have the power to rewrite your story and to create the one that suits you today.

When I was younger I was consumed by guilt for having Tevin to young, or picking the wrong dad for him, or a million other little stories that I told myself.

There were fears and disappointments that were locked away inside my heart. But,they weren’t necessarily real just because I felt them.

We have a theme that runs through us at all times. We inherit it from our families, our own mothers and our grandmothers and all of the women before them that we’ve never even met.

But here’s the good news, as we get older we learn more about ourselves and the lies we tell ourselves. We learn how to pick the the thoughts that serve us today and we have a choice about our feelings.

I love that I had Tevin when I was young because I was Fun and fancy free. I love that I was blessed with a boy to share my life with, because he’s truly a gift from God.

I no longer carry any feelings of not being a good enough mother to him. I know that he was born exactly when he was supposed to be. I know that God gave him to me because I was destined to be his momma!

I hope that you understand no matter how you feel today about your life, you have the ability to change it.

My son is my gift and I know that our lives were perfect for us!

Don’t doubt your situation, but instead take the time to learn about yourself. Don’t allow your own fears to overtake your mind and to steal your joy. Your life is meant to be celebrated and that means all the part of it.

Happy birthday Tevin your momma loves you

Peace God Bless Namaste


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