The good, bad, and indifferent have made me who I am today.

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You know, writing about myself has always been a challenge. It’s not that I’m unsure of who I am, but rather that I like people to discover me on their own. I will tell you this much – I’M REAL! I guess that’s all you need to know for your first approach. From that point you’ll understand the power behind such a statement. If you’re interested in what I do, that’s another story. I embrace life to live my purpose: I treat self, I mother, I friend; I laugh, I cry, I support; I love, I like, I admire. I’m passionate about everything associated with “home.”  My motto: ‘If you don’t have TGIHome moments every day, you ain’t there yet!’  I sell real estate and I’m always happy to show off my interior decorating skills. I’m licensed and certified so I must be good! Mainly I trust and have faith, and thank God for every day I am able to use my life experiences to help people through theirs. Want to know more? Discover along with me as I live my life out loud.

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3 thoughts on “The good, bad, and indifferent have made me who I am today.

  1. Thank you so much for your kind words! I’m sure we’ve both been the topic of many water cooler conversations 😂. Often times I speak with very little to no filter, so speaker phone serves no one too well. So glad I could make a difference in your evening. May God continue to bless you, as well!

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  2. I was immediately captivated by the “speaker phone” warning–hahahaha!! I’m sure that applies to me, too…I occasionally wonder, when I’m calling somewhere and the automated “alert” tells you “this call is being recorded”…and then I get the human and I’m talking, talking, talking–whether they play it later for a good laugh during coffee break. Oh well… I also want to say that you have a most lovely face and warm smile! Thanks for making me laugh this evening–may God bless you abundantly, pressed down and spilling over!!

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