Eternally Grateful, Forever Growing
The advice when writing a blog is to complete this section in the third person. To write about yourself from the outside. For the first six months I followed that advice but now…well do it your own way right. I would still like to tell you a little about who I am. At least who I think I am.
So who is that? The best place to start is the beginning right?
When I was kid I was happy and creative. I loved to paint rubbish pictures for the wall or play schools in my bedroom. Then my world got slowly turned upside down. My mums mental health took a sky dive and by the age of ten I found myself in care. A little scared, but still determined to make the best of it.
In my younger teen years I found some level of normality, I loved school, was blessed with amazing friends and a great foster family. Then I made a stupid mistake and overnight I lost all of my friends. I was isolated and broken. I lost all faith in myself.
For a while it was downhill from there. Bad decision, after bad decision. Then I met this one amazing person who loved me and believed in me. Over fifteen years later, two wonderful children, some of the greatest friends in the WORLD, an amazing home, a brilliant job and a man I love. Who am I?
I am a grateful person, though there are still things I want. I would love to be an author, I would love to be able to help people and honestly more of the last fifteen years and I will be set for life. I am an optimist although I probably let my pessimism hold be back more than I should. I am still learning. Learning about who I am, what I want from life and what I can give.