What does it really mean to graduate? To move up, to progress, to excel?

We are expected to have a certain skill set when we move on to the next level in our lives. The experiences, the lessons and the teachings only make for a better you. This experience has graduated me to a higher place in my life. I feel more confident, more focused and zeroing in on more of what I want.

This whole writing experience has brought out another side of me. To look back and reflect on how far I’ve come is truly inspiring.

I have comprised over 40 original pieces of unfiltered and soul revealing segments of me, myself and this thing called LOVE. I have graduated from a place of sadness to a place of acceptance. I have graduated from a place of loss to a place of lessons learned.

So as I ring in my 3 month anniversary of having this blog. I wanna say thank you for watching me take my step across this new stage in my life. I am letting go, looking forward, keeping my eye and my heart on LOVE. ❤️


2 thoughts on “Graduation

  1. Nikeisha says:

    This entry in it’s simplest form is so powerful. The act of graduating from any life experience is such a huge accomplishment. As many people primarily use the word graduation in relation to academic success, graduating from life experiences is the most significant gift you could ever give yourself. It reinforces growth, maturity, and beauty. Happy 3 months to your blog and many blessings to this new stage in your life in which you have graduated into!!

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    • MoonChild19 says:

      ❤️ this commentl truly warmed my heart! Thank you sooo much for taking the time to read my post and understanding the true meaning of “graduation”. 🎓🎓💃💃🎉🎉😘 Thank youuuu soo much!


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