I don't really even know how to start here.
It's taken me an entire day to put my head to my computer to share with you the heartfelt love I shared yesterday with Kisses for Kyle Foundation and their community of amazing families.
You see, I've had quite the crazy year. And the past two months I've been running like the wild west. Bouncing from city to country to island to snow, sun, rain.... INSANITY to say the least. And I am ashamed to admit that on more than one occasion I doubted myself and wondering 'what on Earth am I doing?' Oh, I can tell you there are a solid 4-5 instances this year that I found myself standing in the middle of the room asking myself the same questions.
What was I thinking? What if I it's not enough? Is it worth it? What do my kids look like again?
And I can tell you within 24 hours post the event or experience where I felt that - the biggest sense of gratitude overtakes me. And today has been no exception.
I know I'm not perfect. I know that I am not the smartest person or most talented or funniest. I know that I've made mistakes in life that were my fault. But you'll never find me denying the truth whether it's right or wrong - the truth is always there.
You see, in 2008 when I started this blog thing, I knew that the biggest thing I was going to miss from being on the radio was being able to use my platform as a mouth piece for things bigger than myself. And to think that after years of not being in radio, I was able to pull off the BEST charitable event I've ever been apart of? Makes me know that what happened in 2008 was meant to be. There was going to be something bigger than myself & without trying, I succeeded. Whatever that success may be.
May your holidays be filled with love, laughter and joy. Take time to unplug and spend time with someone that you love.