Catalysts

I’m not just a mother-but I am who I am. I will become what I’m supposed to become-because of motherhood, because of my sons.

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God Given

I thank God every day for the people in my life who call me on my shit, and remind me of my worth.

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My People

It’s a genuine, grownup, supportive friendship. And even though I’m still awkward and too blunt, and all of my other flaws, I feel accepted by them for everything I am.

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Just Caylee

So yeah, I’m going to go with: Just Caylee. And I’m going to spend more time getting to be her too.

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The Leftovers

It’s the hardest thing I’ve gone through. And just when I think I’m free of it–and back to my regular family history/hormonal depression, thank you very much–the leftovers of it hit me again. The guilt I feel for how I struggled. The worries. The fears. 

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