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She didn’t Cry

Swallowing hard she nodded yes.

It wasn’t that she agreed, more like she couldn’t afford to disagree.

He would have to get to the bus, on his own.

Her boss had a point, who would serve the clients if she wasn’t there?

She didn’t cry.

He was a big boy, nearly 8-now.

She’d call him, leave his breakfast out and his snack for after school.

He could do it.

She was fortunate to have a job, why it paid for everything even his medicine.

He’d have a different life, he would never have to leave his children to serve coffee. He wouldn’t. She’d make sure of that.

She didn’t cry.

Instead she smiled. Just like she’d taught him to when he felt like crying.

He was a big boy.

He wouldn’t cry and neither would she.


Sending love and strength to all my fellow single momma’s. Go ahead my sister- cry.

Sometimes it’s all we can do as we counter balance all that isn’t right in this world and strive to do better for our children even though somedays it feels more pipe dream than reality.

When the month is longer than the paycheck and the to do list is greater than the energy within us, it’s time to call out to our God.

And reach out to those in the community.

Isolation is not the answer. Ask for what you need. We are here. We are here for you sister. We are.

Now go ahead…and cry. I’m crying too…



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Posted by on May 30, 2014 in Uncategorized

Every day I get up expecting a miracle or ten thousand. Mostly I expect God to take the questions of life and turn them into soulful inspiration to encourage you and I on this journey. That's why I'm here. I believe in the miracles that faith, love and hope make possible.

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