Leaving a Legacy

Dear Lovelies,

This post is two days too late, but better late than never, right? As of two days ago, I’ve had this blog for one year. I’ve splattered myself all over this blog and you guys, my lovely readers, have been witness to it, reading and supporting me along the way. Thank you dudes and dudettes for not running from my craziness!

I’ve been thinking about legacy lately. I had an interview yesterday for my dream job, in which the topic of legacy came up, relating to authors publishing their stories, and as a result, leaving something behind—a legacy—that can never be taken away. My mother named me after my father. I’ll always have a piece of him with me, which I think is pretty cool. My intention and hope for this blog first and foremost is, and has always been, to honor God with my writing and to be honest and inspire people with my words.

Again, thank you my dear readers for staying with me (all 100+ of you). I appreciate all of you.

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