Someone once told me life ain’t fair,
And from then that’s what I
Believed. It was my mother . I remember the how she would moan in disdain while we wait for our moment in the sun. We lived in a one bedroom apartment with my three brothers.
Before the apartment, I was in foster care for about 2-3 years. I think I was in foster care then we landed the apartment, I didn’t know at the time it included my stepfather , Jack Fletcher.
Those years were intense and tumultuous. But the point of this blog isn’t to scare you, it’s to make you aware of the circumstances in my life, and why my mother and I thought many times for when will our light shine under the circumstances.
I digress. I like to think things have changed and life has called her to heaven.
But it’s okay
I know I must carry on the journey until our dreams have been fulfilled.
The Black Gypsy says – acknowledge what is holding you back , and accept your fate. Then and only can you change your destiny.