2019 Q&A

Its time for another Q&A, first let me start off by saying welcome! If you are new here thank you for taking the time to read my latest post, for those who have been around for a minute I appreciate you and love the fact that you have stuck around.

As the holidays are approaching and the year is coming to a close I wanted to answer a few questions and give you a few life updates.

  1. Where do you live?

    I currently reside FULL TIME in Raleigh, NC with my amazing husband. I have been living in Raleigh full time for almost six months I am enjoying getting back into the routine of regular life. Yes, the normal routine of going to work everyday and coming home everyday excites me.

2. What tv shows are you currently watching?

Well chillleeee I am so behind on tv shows but I will share what I have been watching.

  • The Oval
  • Sistas
  • Black Love
  • Ready to Love
  • Dublin Murders
  • Power
  • Grey's Anatomy
  • How to Get Away With Murder
  • The Office
  • Atypical
  • The Crown
  • Love and Marriage Huntsville (the drama... the drama.... whewww)
3. What albums or artists are you listening to?

As usual its been a great year for music and my ears are pleased!

  • Refiner by Maverick City Music
  • Take the World by JOHNYSWIM
  • Bless Jesus by Dontezz Foster
  • More Than Enough by Dontezz Foster
  • All in His Plan by PJ Morton
  • Freedom ft Kim Walker-Smith by Jesus Culture
  • Your Words by Tori Kelly
  • Hear Us From Heaven (Album) by All Nations Worship Assembly
  • Yearning for your love by PJ Morton
  • Triggered by Jhene' Aiko
  • HOMECOMING (the album) by Beyonce'
  • Settle Here by William Murphy
  • Abba by Leon Timbo and Northern Lights United
  • Say So ft JoJo by PJ Morton
  • Gumbo Unplugged (album) by PJ Morton
  • First Began by PJ Morton (My Wedding Song!!! *insert all the tears and nonstop smiles*)
4. What have you learned in 2019? (brace yourself...)

  • To simply put life is precious and we are here to accomplish and fulfill the destiny God has for us. There is no way to add any extra time to this thing called life, when God calls your name its time to go (That has truly been the hardest thing to wrap my head around). 
  • I learned that marriage is a gift, and if you are blessed enough to find or be with someone who cares for you in the way Christ does FIGHT FOR IT! Marriage is work but babyyyyy it's worth it especially if you make the decision to stand with this person through life (every valley and every mountain).
  • When you are hurt or going through be honest, tell someone, seek help if needed.
  • There is no timer on grief, its a process. Ride the waves of grief, let it out! (Currently learning how to navigate extreme, overwhelming and sometimes breathtaking waves of grief)
  • Some people don't deserve a seat at the table so don't invite everyone, some stuff you have to just work out with the LORD and a therapist. 
  • Your mental health is just as important if not more than your physical health.

5. Favorite Memory of 2019?

  • Packing my bags and getting on my flight from NY-RDU (New York to Raleigh) it was the most freeing experience of my life (check out my last post "Why I Left the Aviation Industry" if you need some context to the statement above)
  • My proposal was one of the books!!!! My hubby proposed to me on May 8th (my Aunt Debbie's bday) surrounded by our family and friends, when I tell you it was tears..... honeyyyy I cried!!
  • Marrying my husband on July 6th, yes we tied the knot very quickly after he proposed. Listen ladies when you know what you want (in regards to your vision for your wedding) everything will line up. I planned our wedding within a month and it was absolutely breathtaking. 
  • Last but not least the two memories that I think of daily are the last moments I shared with my Aunt Debbie and my Grandma. God knew exactly what I needed although I couldn't see it or understand why. Although those moments are very private and sacred I will share this, I am thankful for every ounce of love I received from both of them. They were truly angels on earth and I am reminded of the wonderful pillars of strength and dignity they were. Both of them are amazing and beautiful. (their spirit lives on within me!)
6. What are you looking forward to in 2020?

I am excited about growing (spiritually and mentally) and building a lasting legacy with my husband. I am looking forward to healing, rest and peace.
I pray that the remainder of this year is nothing but amazing, joyous and exciting for each of you. Take time to love on your family and friends and keep fighting for your dreams!


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