A New Season Is Here

Fall is such a beautiful time of year. Not only is the physical seasons changing, but so are we. And it's good!

One thing I've learned to enjoy is change. I've learned to accept it with open arms because let's face it, change is inevitable and we are always evolving, growing, changing. 

Last week, Carlton and I went on vacation and it was so peaceful. I cried several times soaking in the beauty and peace around me. It was so surreal. 

The most beautiful and important piece lately is the reflection and quiet listening to God's whispering voice. This is quite the journey I have been on lately. 

I kept putting it off and putting it off while getting frustrated with myself that I couldn't bring myself to post anything let alone be on social media. I was annoyed with everything. That's because I got away from who I am, from what God has Called me to do and away from who I'm supposed to help and guide in this life. Nothing could put a fire back in me, nothing could light me up even if I fully understood it, it just wasnt clicking. 

Change is good because it means you no longer associate yourself with those who no longer are serving you energetically. It means you let go of the person you thought you were as you evolve higher and beautifully in God's Love. It means you dont do things (jobs, activities, goals, etc) that no longer feels right. 

It means you finally let go of all the voices telling you that you can't and listen to God's quiet whisper telling you that you can. 

 "I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. ~Psalm 139:14 NIV"

Let me tell you, God is certainly giving me a good kick in the booty lately. It's good though.

I've been more emotional as I continue to listen to His quiet whispers encouraging me to be fully open to those around me and to share my journey more openly while sharing my journey with God to help others get closer to Him.

I've been afraid in accepting the change going on in my life of fully letting go of absolutely everything that no longer serves me.

And I've been having such a hard time in opening myself up because I've been trying to do everything on my own.

Yes, I broke. I'm not SuperWoman.

Yes, I cried many times while on vacation with my fiance because I was so overwhelmed by the immense beauty and peace.

Yes, I'm embracing change with open arms.

Yes, I'm opening my heart up to beautiful friendships and relationships with all of you.

Because at the end of the day, my validation is in God and it's not about me. It's about being fully present and open to those who need me, including you.

I love you all and cheers to being on this journey together!