We’ve had a crazy busy week after coming
Back from spring break, so last night we took sometime to spend together.
We had dinner at our favorite Mexican restaurant, followed by a date to the movies to see I can only imagine.
I must admit it was my husbands idea and I loved every minute of it. Sometimes we need a good cry and this was a movie that I cried through the entire time.
I had no clue there was such a powerful story behind that song. I feel blessed that he was able to share his pain with us and show us how he turned his trauma into triumph.
I resemble this story sooooo much and so do many others. I continued to cry at home as I talked to my Husband on the couch.
You see the reason that story resembles me so much is because I’ve been healing my broken for the last couple of years.
I’ve been investigating the chaos that lurks inside my heart. The abandonment, the rejection, the feelings of never being enough.
I started a blog for fun and it ended up being the most therapeutic thing I’ve ever done.
God blessed me with a gift too💜
It’s a voice just like his, only I’m not supposed to use it for singing. I’m supposed to use it for story telling.
How lucky am I to have a man that points these things out to me. How lucky am I to have a guy that knows about all of my hurts and still thinks I’m the most beautiful thing in the world.
My husband said to me “They we’re using your words during the movie, authenticity and presence”
The 2 things I strive for, to include in my life on a daily basis.
It’s no coincidence that we saw this movie last night, as I begin to embark on my journey of writing a book.
It was exactly what my soul needed to know that I’m on the right path. It matters what you feed your mind and you feed your heart. You are responsible for you and your worthy of the love that your heart desires.
I’m not saying letting go of the past is a walk in the park, because it’s hard to uncover the parts you’ve been running away from.
But I am here to tell you that your worth it💜