Logically, it made no sense that I would think of buying a home because I was collecting unemployment which wasn’t enough to cover my bills, terrible credit, and unemployment was ending in early September. I would have no income and no down payment.
I almost did it again! A little over a year ago, I began writing a memoir about my life transformation journey. During that time, I received interest from a British publisher and connected with a well-known British poet and author who was kind enough to take me under his wing and mentor me through the
Life is a circle, and as we continually move about on this earth, not much is left to chance. God knew that when this shawl came back to me, I would remember my thoughts, how I’d hoped that it would not matter to someone in need that it was not perfect.
The unthinkable happened. November 2019, I remember it like it was yesterday. My sweet and strong daddy passed away.
Something about this tragedy had me seeing the world and my life through a different lens.
With less than 2 weeks to go until the marathon, I walked out of my routine colonoscopy knowing I had rectal cancer.
I’ve always believed we can do more than one thing in life, that our destiny is not carved in stone, or pre-ordained. Just realizing we have the power to make our own choices in life is huge,
This is the story of my life transformation journey and how I went from poverty, homelessness, and emotionally broken to thriving and living my purpose.