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The Single Woman’s 30-Day Blogging Challenge: Day 29 & 30

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29)   Who is your closest or most special friend that you’ve never met and what do they mean to you? How did you cross paths? Talk about how you “met” them: Facebook, Twitter, an online support group, etc.

Does God count? If so, He’s the only relationship that will never ever need to be explained. 

I’d have to say Jeneille. She writes for the magazine. She came on has a writer and then became our beauty editor and social media manager. I found her blog through a Caribbean blog directory. I realized early on that she had great purpose. She was here to help me grow in so many ways, professionally and personally. She has me doing this stupid challenge! I accept her season in my life, I depend on it at times for work or just for some one to hear me vent. I’m grateful. 

30)   Write a letter to your future mate saying whatever you want to say

Dear Future Mate, 

Be patient with me, help me, protect me and honour me and our potential. Make me laugh, make me smile and cherish me. 

I’ll protect you, I’ll pray for you and I’ll challenge you. I’m your rib. You bleed, I bleed. 

Hold on because it will get bumpy. Just don’t lose sight of we. 

It’s our world, abundantly. 

 

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The Single Woman’s 30-Day Blogging Challenge: 27 & 28

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27)   Talk about something that you really, really, really love about yourself.

I really love that I’m so down to earth. That I can be in many different spaces and connect with people regardless. I love many things about myself, but being able to interact with people at all levels I think is an asset. 

28)   Describe a moment when you made a big, bold move. In any area of life: Career, Love, etc.

Career – starting my own business. Very bold, very costly, very time consuming, very stressful. I could be doing something else, but I’m here starting my own business and being me – being bold!

The Single Woman’s 30-Day Blogging Challenge: 25 & 26

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25)   Describe a moment when you “paid it forward.” What happened and how did it feel?

I was a sunday school teacher for a few years and we had to put on a show. Years before that I was one of the youngest members of our Church Junior Choir and we practiced very hard and won many awards. This situation with the sunday school was different. They hadn’t had training and we got them at all ages from 3-17. We had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. The conductors are my Choir director’s(who passed away several years ago) children. This was not jut nostalgic for me but emotional for them. We practiced very hard and decided to put on a Christmas show. The outpouring response was amazing. Although, we were apprehensive the show turned out great. The kids sonunded amazing! We found out that some of them can actually sing and we gave them solos during the showcase. Although they would complain duirng rehearsal, after the Christmas showcase, they asked for a Spring Showcase! 

26)   Name a song that makes you cry every time you hear it and why

I got to find peace of mind – Lauryn Hill

 

The Single Woman’s 30-Day Blogging Challenge: Day 8

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8)      Five things that are most important to you in a future mate

1. Honesty

2. Patience

3. Loyalty

4. Loving 

5. Committed 

The Single Woman’s 30-Day Blogging Challenge!: Day 3

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3)      Describe a moment or a day when being single was really awesome

Last year I went back home to St. Vincent and the Grenadines for a couples weeks. I hadn’t traveled for about 2 years because I was in school. I traveled on my own with no cares in the world…one of the best experiences and best trips thus far in my life. I was free, I felt free. I was happy, I was full of joy. I couldn’t wait to see my family and friends and relax and listen to the sounds of my beautiful island. I didn’t check in with anyone, I answered to myself. I met new people, formed new relationships and was feeling unstoppable. Things in my life were aligning and I was completed centered. I experienced that with no man, no boyfriend, and no play thing. 

When I travel it represents my journey through my personal life. I learn more and grow much quicker. I made the mistake once of traveling to see a man. Let me just say this, I learned a lot and saw a lot! Traveling solo with no attachments enables me to grow and become stronger. When I find someone who gives me the room for that process to happen, then I know I’ve find the right one. Don’t get it confused, I’m not saying we’ll break up so I can travel and frolic! I’m saying if we can travel together and I have the room to explore my own personal journey while with him…that’s pretty freakin’ awesome. Then again, isn’t that how we create balance in relationships? Isn’t that how we create successful relationships? 

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