After one whole week of being back in the country FINALLY my brain is working again and it’s time for me to do a holiday re-cap.
Truthfully going overseas to me was scary. So many people brushed it off like I was being precious or over-exaggerating when I said it, but for me it truly was.
I was scared because help wasn’t a phone call away and if anything should happen, my lifelines were going to be on the other side of the world. I was nervous because for so long I’d been working towards this and I didn’t know what to expect or how it would all play out - all of this might I add was my anxiety.
So in true me form, I decided to do a big project plan. Before I left I decided that I would build an entire file around each city...
Well guys the day I’ve been working towards for seven whole years has finally arrived - I AM OUT OF HERE ️ but before I depart I want to share a little story with you to kind of explain why this day is such a significant milestone for me.
Like everyone my life has been filled with many ups and downs, but if you had told me five years ago that I’d be standing here today at the international airport about to fly to London by myself, I would have told you that you were crazy and there’s no way I would ever be able to do something like that!!
Five years ago almost to the day I went to my grandmothers house to spend some time with her, which I truly did make the effort to do at least twice a week.
Teeth – The one part of your face that at some point everyone is going to notice and for the most part of my life was always an issue for me. Today I feel confident to smile and laugh freely, but I can assure you that has not always been the case.
Let me take you back to the year 1999 I was in the 7th grade, 11 years of age and I attended a private school that I absolutely hated. I spend my younger years coming up through the public system and little did my parents, or I know, that making the change from public to private schooling would be such an awful experience for me.
Throughout the course of that year I remember my mother asking me “Honey, do you want to get braces?”, “I really think that we should go together and see a de...