I am not bound by my current circumstances, my unforeseen future, or my troubled past.

Who I am makes me what I am. What I am completes who I am.

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I am mother.

I am daughter.

I am sister.

I am friend.

I am wife.

I am a writer.

I am a designer.

I am deaf.

I am diabetic.

I am a victim.

I am a survivor.

I am loved.

I AM CHOSEN.

What am I? I am all these and more. These do not define who I am, but play important roles in the making of me.

I am kind.

Compassionate.

I’ve got a ready ear and a strong shoulder.

I’ve got a huge soul.

I live to laugh.

I cry over happy endings.

I cry over sad commercials.

I’m unique.

I tend to let my imagination run away with me.

I do what feels good and right to me.

And I stand strong for what (and who) I believe in.

I am laid back, easy going, gullible.

I am a pushover, easy to walk on, and I yell.

A lot.

I have learned the power of the word “No.”

I love freely with my whole heart.

I AM CHOSEN.

I have a ready smile and a gentle tongue.

I need words like bodies need water. It’s in my blood.

I’m a horrible housekeeper with a dorky sense of humor.

I have up days and down days.

I love food and eat to soothe.

I get depressed and I have mood swings.

I will give you the shirt off my back even if it leaves me naked.

I AM CHOSEN.

I am a writer.

I am an overactive imagination, low on energy, high on love.

I have a degree in procrastination.

I am strong of faith and low in regrets.

This is who I am, the total package of me, and I am proud.

 

I couldn’t be me any other way.

And I’m learning that because of all this, I am enough.

Today, tomorrow, yesterday: I am enough.

Even if some days I really, really need to remind myself of this.

Post Author: Stephanie

Stephanie Ayers writes speculative fiction, where horror and fantasy collide. She is a self proclaimed word whisperer and unicorn living in Ohio disguised as a human. She mothers her children and avoids all things housework and zombies. When she isn't doing any of these things, she can be found browsing thrift stores and flea markets with her husband, attending football games with her son, or binging on TV shows.

Visit her Amazon page to view all her available books.

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