I really can’t believe it.
This Saturday will be one year since I released my autobiography, “Bigger Than Me”.
Time moves so fast it is crazy. I still remember standing at Hardee’s in a red uniform shirt during my break talking to my editor Janaye about the release date and now, it’s been a year.
It hasn’t been the easiest of years, but it has been a phenomenal one.
From the ups of doing radio shows, TV interviews, & Instagram lives, to the lows of comparing my success to old classmates’ journeys, wondering if I’d measure up, it’s been a roller coaster of emotions.
However, as I step off of this ride of a year & prepare for the next I am grateful because every twist and turn, up and down, high and low was necessary for what is to come.
Now, I’m not going to sit and lie, acting like there were not times where I felt discouraged or frustrated. Here we tell the truth.
There have been plenty of times I wondered what was going on & if I made the right career decision, but every time I thought that God reminded me that the purpose I was given had not changed. He cannot lie (Numbers 3:19), meaning that what I was promised will be fulfilled, I simply have to be patient and have faith.
It may seem risky, but it is true, and I have decided to remain in His will.
So, I sit here thankful. Thankful for what was, what is, and what is to come, commanding my soul & encouraging you to command your soul to believe regardless.
His plan has not changed, so allow Him to make a change through you.