Midway through 2017. How you doing Sara?

For the month of July you might see a sporadic of posts. I have been dealing with some things on my end that may be connected to my fatigue.

So instead I will try to use my other social media to express things. I was able to update apps on my iPod touch (a gift). I am relearning after 3 years of device absence. Ivy will do my pictures from front to back as I learn the updated version on the other device. I can’t express my excitement because the renewal of joy just is uncontainable.

Another gift was Apple Music. I already have found some music that helps me move faster and get my energy grow. I am posting my social media profiles in the next paragraph for more information into seeing the world through my minds eye.

Among my milestones for last month is over 100 people subscribers to Starting Over in 2013 (not including email subscribers). That is awesome thank you all keep sharing so we can all change the world! I recently discovered I have been blogging on WordPress for 6 years! That is huge! I have over 100 followers on Instagram, 33 on Facebook, and over 1,000 on Twitter! Not to mention a growing connection on LinkedIn. That is amazing! I am beyond happy with this. Yes I am also on Pinterest so let’s all pin together.

I want to thank some special people in my life who have cheered me on from the sidelines. My relatives and extended family so numerous who check on me via Messenger and other modes of communication. My friends Jennifer and Windy for giving me a boost via email the last few weeks. Most of all my faith warriors who cover me eternally I am grateful. To my son, Mom loves you so much to the moon and back. My blogging community for inspiring me to keep at it Mark, Merbear, to name a few.

You can find me by typing in Mahlet Sebhat or Molly Sebhat.

Until next time have a great weekend!


A shoutout to Robert a  great blogger.  I wish you success with your upcoming book! 🎆Sara

…Red, like your favorite sky, the in-between, the misplaced one. From “I Have Answers,” in From Every Moment a Second, available for prepublication order via Finishing Line Press.



Proud of you Viking!  Keep up the good work!


Despite my rant on Monday about the decrease in blog views, the followers number just keeps on rising. I absolutely love you all! I truly hope I never get used to this. As I said before, a book giveaway is coming at 1000! Thank you! – Viking


Who will tell your story?📚

My mom asked me this one day.  She encouraged me to write my thoughts out.  So in between my anxiety and depression I put the words together via my blog and journals.

Last week I discovered I had hit a milestone of 100 subscribed followers.  My heart was full of joy because that is a huge accomplishment.  I have read books about Eating Disorders, Depression, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Anxiety related to stress.  I could see myself, but not find a definite category.

It was hard to find help for my needs.  I tried not to put myself down, but at times I was very human.  My friend reminds me that I am stronger than I give myself credit for.  Who else would have put up with the challenges of a lone pregnancy.  I wish the African American in me would have said “I don’t think so…”  That was the fear of being alone and unloved.

Anxiety does that.  It makes you feel like the waste that is sent down the toilet.  It teases you making you feel like nothing.  Your not smart or worth anything it says.  Standing up to it and responding that you are worth that and more is harder than most people think.

So I am telling my story bits and pieces.  Reminding people I am not just a girl with small skills.  I am someone that is beautiful, kind, and intelligent.  I have amazing respectful manners and willing to serve when needed.


Happy in an unhappy world.🎧

This is based on the popular hit by Pharrell Williams.

When I finally got this song my life drastically changed.  In this world of weight shaming, bloody wars on terrorism, and negative hatred I just felt empty without any joy.  My mom would ask me why I would watch The Last Legion with its war theme.  What I saw was someone willing to fight for change and a reason.  We need a reason to keep going during these rough times.  We need leaders willing to stand up against the norms of society.  We need to let the light come out once again in this dark world.  Let the reporters do their job.  They are here to inform us without bias about what is really happening in the world.  It’s time a new generation stands up and say enough is enough.  We need more Macrons in the government.


This is what I needed before.  Spreading the news for those who need it now.


Illustration by Daniella Urdinlaiz 1. ANXIETY IS THE MOST COMMON MENTAL DISORDER IN THE USA An estimated 40 million American adults suffer from some form of anxiety disorder—even more than those who suffer from depression. About one in every five adults and one in every ten children experiences some form of anxiety disorder. (source) 2.…