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Rise and Shine

 I’ve spent a lot of my life living less than my highest potential, feeling I would be appreciated and respected by those I gave my time and money to.. only to find myself criticized and judged by them and left alone and broke.

It is my agenda to follow my potential and build myself into a comfortable life and worthy of my degrees and experience, while enjoying the days.  Eventually, I will meet someone that only wants me (not my gifts or validation), and they can share the journey.

I hope you all hold the same self respect for yourself, much younger than I did.

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