I can go days without updating my Path status. Than I will post some picture or spontaneous thought that comes to mind. I was told that Fb was working. So I tried via my browser. That familiar message that the server would not connect would show. At least I had LinkedIn and my blog pages.
I changed the skin cover for my phone thinking it might make me feel different. The menu improved and I felt better.
I decided that the Flapper 20s was quite an exciting era thanks to the writings of F. Scott Fitzgerald. He had such a way of describing things.
If you’re reading this, maybe right now you’re in the situation where everything goes wrong; whether you’ve failed on something that you extremely wanted to pursue, your loved ones gone, or worse, you don’t have anyone to trust again simply because so many people have disappointed you. Life is extremely challenging until your heart was…
When You’re Losing Hope Remember Faith Is Always There
It all started with a dream to write. I love reading books and wonder if I can be the next Louisa May Alcott. After rereading Little Women I knew that was what I wanted. To be the Jo March of a new generaation. I wanted to inspire and motivate from my own life.
Since I had a lot of time on my hands I thought why not do something positive. Write and chronicle my healing story. Inspire others going through the same problems I have in my life. Shed a little light on mental health.
My Journey Through Life is the prequel and this is the primary tale of starting over. It makes complete sense. People want to know about living in Africa. Okay here are pictures and ideas of my life. It all started in Addis Ababa in 1979.
30+ years later here I am in the same country just a lot older. I am learning how to cope in a third world country. How to heal from emotional wounds. How to accept my heritage even the sad things. Especially how to cope speaking broken Amharic when my English is spoken too fast.
I am a proud Ethiopian American and these are my stories and outlook on life. Most importantly this is my legacy for my son.
Yes I am still here. I haven’t dropped out of sight yet. I tried to message people through WhatsApp but I could be doing it wrong. I am improving my craft and healing.
I have tried getting online, but get that it’s taking too long to connect. So when the time comes I expect lots of notifications.
For those sending friend requests please understand I am not ignoring it. For my relatives we are hanging tough and growing strong. For my support group I am smiling and drinking tea and water. For my former coworkers I am impressing people with my high-fi training.
All in all I am riding life’s roller coaster with the belt on tight. I am not taking on too much that I can’t handle. My feet are standing with just a few wobbles.
I would rather be a blessing than anything else.
I just want to let everyone know I am here. Waving hello to each day. Hope to keep in touch one way or another.
Yes I know you are out there. Each time I get someone is following email I gets a flutter. Do I miss tweeting? Sure I do. But sometimes if I get impulsive I might say something I am afraid others might take offensive to. So this is me waving hello. Hoping others will wave back.
While some people look for positivity from other people, sometimes in order to get, you have to give first. Look for any opportunity to be a positive influence on someone today. Could you do it? But how? Make someone’s day, make the positivity infectious. Even if it’s a smile. Even if you’re able to carry…
I cried inside. That was me with my son at a younger age. Thank you Mer and happy anniversary!~Sara
On the 18th of February 2002, I took my 5-year-old daughter and a couple of garbage bags full of our stuff far away from my abusive ex. We left that fucking monster for good. We started over basically from scratch. Makes me that much stronger Makes me work a little bit harder It makes me […]
This is how I felt after I left “Sam”. I had to rebuild my faith from the pit up. ~Sara
Unsplash, Ben WhiteA couple of years ago, I was extremely ill. I suffered with a complex disease for nearly four years, and over the course of its duration I often questioned my faith. Before that, I had spent the entirety of my life as a faithful and devoted Christian. I had a great relationship with…
For those of you building your networking list this is someone you ought to check out. Jay Colby is one of my favorite bloggers. His posts make me a better writer. Want more? Click below and be inspired!
I just want to take this time to thank everyone who reads, subscribers and shares my site. I appreciate all the support and encouragement.I would love to read everyone’s blog, but I don’t always get a chance to read and follow everyone’s blog. So today I want to offer a networking opportunity and a chance […]