Authentic Self

I’m proud to be a little naughty, a little imperfect, a little scared, a little human. I still think comedy is such an antidote to the bad things in life. When things are so important and high-stakes, such as this time in the world, you wonder how to find your voice. I write and speak as if no one is reading or listening. That doesn’t mean I don’t care what people think; I am a human welcome mat. Upsetting someone is the last thing on earth I’d want to do, but we should all be nicer to ourselves. Humility and perspective are vital. I got some interesting examples of exactly what not to do growing up, but I was lucky enough to follow people who knew exactly what to do. So even though I’m embarrassed when I crash and burn or lose my way, I always get back on.

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5 Responses to Authentic Self

  1. Great post. I feel this way too.

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  2. My mista thought that I was too something. He hated that I used the word silly. He thought some of things I blogged about, I shouldn’t have. Nevertheless, he is no longer my Mista. I am who I am. I make no excuses for it. And although there are things that I plenty to work on my foundation is solid. Nothing wrong with being “ME”, I love this post!

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