Reblog Wednesday: Weekly Wisdom 13 September — MiddleMe

If you’re new to my blog, Reblog Wednesday’s is to show my appreciation to a post that deeply meant something to me. This week, I chose Kally from Middle Me. She has worked in many fields, from education, to healthcare, to IT and advertising. She is also full of such great advice in topics such as work place environment, interviewing and education – like switching majors. Interesting right, yes, I think so too.

This post she recently shared, speaks so much truth and touched my heart. I couldn’t pass on the opportunity to share with you. A little truth about me, after a difficult break up, I became lost and soon after, pregnant with my first child. I was young – 22 years old, so lost, broken and pregnant. I had a great position at a prestigious law firm, but my heart was broken and my soul empty. I was lost and I didn’t know how to find myself again in the midst of that breakup, I was living in complete darkness.

Today, I am so thankful – as I was the day I found out I was pregnant, thankful for my daughter. It was nothing I ‘planned,’ but in retrospect I know that pregnancy saved me, she saved me – from myself. He knew how to save me, He was right.

It took that ‘fall’, that event in my life, for me to build the courage to rise again, to get back on track, to get my sh&sh together and learn to live again.

What event’s in your life have given you a ‘good fall’? Those unseen bruises, those bumps – some larger than others, both though of which have served for a better good in your life.

via Weekly Wisdom 13 September — MiddleMe

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21 thoughts on “Reblog Wednesday: Weekly Wisdom 13 September — MiddleMe

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this out with more people. You add a beautiful and deeper attachment with your story to this quote. I shall always look at this quote and remind me of your strength. You’re wonderful!

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  2. love this is reminds me of something I once heard someone say that went something like “if you have to hold on to it, it wasn’t yours in the first place.” In other words we have to let go of things to grow…

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    1. Very true. Yes, we also learn so much from them but they also do from us. I say, they especially teach us about love and patience. I knew had no patience when I began having children, they help me gain it to better myself – daily. It’s a beautiful thing, the things your child can allow you to see about yourself. 😊🙏🏽

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