I'm extremely clumsy and sometimes I come across as a space-cadet. Whenever I inadvertently say or do something really goofy or off-balanced, I say, "That's my genius coming out!"
Sometimes I'm really mentally sharp. Sometimes the most basic things go right over my head. At my age, I've come to accept it as just a personal trait of mine that doesn't diminish who I am. It's been a long journey to that point, however.
I feel like I've lived 10 lives in just the 41 years I've been on this earth. I was abused by my father as a child. As a young adult I entered an abusive relationship but put myself in therapy to end it when I realized I was living the life of my mother. I paid my own way through college at American University, in DC. There I realized I had no voice as I was raised to be seen and not heard as a child.
I overcame that but then became complacent for the next 10 or so years. I never finished what I started. As I came close to the age of 40, I realized that I didn't want to live a life of regret and overcame my fear of failure to complete simple stuff - write and produce my own music and work hard on my business.
Here I am...still overcoming my fear. This time I think I'm afraid of success but I'm willing to face it head on. I already know it's just a smoke screen. That's why I recently decided to create short videos featuring courageous people from around the world risking their lives for peace, justice, equality and democracy. I just completed my first one last week featuring Kimberely Motley. She's such an inspiration. OK. That's all for now. Sharing with others stories of courage of unknown people, making music Getting the word out about my business and my videos. (I just started with the videos.) I don't even know what my expertise is.
My Vision for the Future
have a business that not just sells clothes but creates movements for change and empowerment of all different types of people and groups.