Writing cleanses my thoughts... I created my blog as an outlet to release and allow others to see me in a more transparent way. I started writing when I was 10 years old because I could never talk to my mom openly; I use to slide notes under her bedroom door at night after she was asleep so I could release my thoughts to her when she was upset with me.
Being an only child has its advantages but as we all know it also has its disadvantages.
As I got older I had to force myself not to think about the disconnect with my mom which is why I have an enormous amount of leadership qualities mixed with my dominate type "A" personality, which is very competitive but, I always try to keep an open mind, knowing there is always opportunities to learn something new every day.
I'm an introvert in every aspect of what that word truly means and that is something I struggle with especially when I meet new people. I have acquired an immense amount of great personal inner strength & God given wisdom that mesh perfectly well with my compassionate, nurturing parental spirit. Being a mom is a priceless blessing and a daily journey that one must truly put forth all the faith one can muster up in order to stand with unwavering love for each child.
My career at Comcast NCOE pushed me right on out of my comfort zone very quickly! Had someone told me back in 2010 when I stated in the billing department I would still be working for Comcast I would have said "heck no!" In hindsight my career at Comcast is truly a blessing. In 2013 I moved to the sales department; my role as a Sales Account Executive was another huge plunge for me once again that pushed me even further outside my comfort zone. But hey, I'm excited about future and more opportunities of growth and advancement within the company.
Last, but certainly not least I am a born again Christian; team Jesus! However, I still have many flaws; who doesn’t right? I’m super grateful and appreciative for the life Jesus has blessed me with. My motto for my life is simple, treat others the way you want to be treated even if they don’t deserve it.
One of my favorite quotes-> “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” – Carl Sagan