Monday, March 7, 2011

My First Blog

Yes, I am aware that I'm late to the world of blogging. This is my first post... March 7, 2011. I have no idea if I'm sending this into the great void where it will never be read, but I'm writing just the same.

I am unique.

I don't say this because I want to receive special treatment; I say it because it's true. I have never really found the clique to which I belong because I am different. It's difficult for me to find a group of people who accept me for the person I am, but I also don't know how to be someone other than myself. I do, however, wish to thank those who are my friends ~ no matter how odd I appear! Love you!

This is why this blog is about the life and times of Ms. Understood.

Some days you'll find me happy, other days... not so much. But if you keep reading, I'm sure that at some point you will find a topic that resonates with you. You'll read something that makes you think, "Hmmm, I thought I was the only one that ever felt that way." I know this, because after posting a note on my Facebook, I had several women message me to say that they had been there (or were still there).

I hope you find something relevant in my ramblings... enjoy!


  1. Hey Girl, If you are writing, then rest assured I am reading! You are most unique and that is what I adore about you! Always yourself regardless of your surroundings, you are the same inside and out! It is a "what you see is what you get" sort of thing. I admire that about you! Blessings to you! Lori

  2. Juliana Hart AlexanderMarch 8, 2011 at 12:11 AM

    I'm right here

  3. I'm so proud of you! Can't wait to see what God is going to do with this!

  4. Thanks ladies! Even it it doesn't get read by a bunch of people, it's really therapeutic to write. Thanks for being there for me!

  5. Wow it takes guts to put out there your vulnerability. I love who you are. You are strong and confident,even when you don't feel you are and I can't wait to be more blessed by your words. I appreciate what you have to say and love you girl. Thanks for sharing.