Do not allow your heart to be exhausted by people telling you to dim your light, quiet down, be more like everyone else. When I was in grade nine I had probably the worst year of my life – overwhelm, depression, change, you name it. It was bad. When I think of it, it makes me nauseous. I remember the day made a deal with “someone”. God, my spirit guides, my heart, not sure because at that time I was pretty lost. It was photo day. I was wearing peach jeans and brown desert boots. A hooded fleece top thing. “If I get through this - promise me I will rock it at life when I’m an adult”.
I remember the day made a deal with “someone”.
I’m not sure if those were my exact words but I remember the day, location and feeling. (I tend to remember feelings and have difficulty expressing them in words). I had complete faith in that promise. I knew it was coming and I just had to wait. And I did. This is the first time I vividly remember my complete faith in the Universe – and myself.
So here I am. Generally rocking it on most days. I have a lot of bad ones, lots of stuff I will write about on here. Slip ups, big fails, big fights. Some inside, some outside. I hurt and get hurt. But I did it, I made it through. Wait for your turn, it’s coming. I promise. Keep your light shining bright and enjoy the ride as much as you can. Have the complete faith. It’s how it works. All – or nothing. Give it a shot. Much love Xo.
Barbie Wharton is a dancer, now also business girl, who has a lot to say. Life is better together. And in the sun. Runs Wharton Event Management with her mom, sister and most unreal team ever. Events where dancers feel like they belong.