I wrote this poem for my book "Another Storm" when I received some negative feedback after I made the decision to stay home with my daughter instead of jumping into a career. Whether or not the doctor told me that I needed to have most of my children by the time I turned 30, I probably would have still chosen to a baby and not pursue a career right out of college. I wish I didn't receive that judgment from others that looked down on stay-at-home moms. 🌸
How can we judge? It might be best for some to go to work, it might be best for others to stay at home. Everyone's circumstances are unique. Support don't judge. Do what's best for you, no apologies.
I am grateful for the time I have right now to stay home and raise Addie. Little ones are only little for so long. 🌸
Push past those moments, those days. Head up, held high. And, know... You got this. Do NOT let that moment or that day, settle in your soul. Do NOT dwell on it too long. REMEMBER WHO THE HECK YOU ARE. AND WHAT YOU ARE. #MRSHairGA
; I think it is laughable how this world works. Some people running out of time to do everything they need to do. And others hardly do a thing and still manage to not show up to their commitments. ✨😂 #Life#People#AreWeird#Time#qotd#justlifequotes
A poem about me wondering who we are without our dramas. And whether we live as our dramas or as ourselves. Vague as it gets, really. Point I’m trying to make—don’t lose yourself in the events of your life. #seekerpoetry x