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It Makes Me Proud - #MFRWauthor

Here we are at week 50 of the #MFRWauthor blog hop. This has been a trying week for me personally and I debated on if I should even bother. However distractions are good in the face of losses.
So here we are, and I'm to talk about my biggest accomplishment. The easiest and logical choice would be to say my children. While I've only successfully gotten one through college and out into the real world, I am proud of each of my children at their current stages of life.

My three boys are all doing well in school. Are fun and entertaining and know how to make their momma laugh. They are also growing up and learning to be respectful human beings and compassionate towards others.

For a professional level, I'm proud that I've been able to write and publish two books. Writing isn't easy some days. Quitting has crossed my mind a few times over the years, but I'm proud that I managed to push through the doubt and get them done.

In light of recent events, I'm extremely happy I got my second book done. I dedicated it to my aunt that I talked about in week 44. She will be missed, but she was loved and she inspired us to have a positive outlook on life no matter what.

I’m dedicating this book to my aunt. She is a woman that is always there to support others and maintains a positive outlook on life no matter what adversity is thrown her way.

Love you Auntie Dre

So this post is short, but I got it done. 

What are some of your biggest accomplishments? Be sure to stop by the other authors on the hop and see what theirs are.

Until next time


  1. That's a lovely dedication to your aunt. I'm glad you were able to get the book finished when you did. And congrats on getting your post written during a tough week. That's an accomplishment too :)

  2. Congratulations on your books and your wonderful children!

  3. Sometimes forging on (even with something as short as a blog post) can be a major accomplishment in itself.

  4. A nice list. Raising children to be good human beings isn't easy these days. Congrats.

  5. As I stated on someone else's moms, we don't get to see the product of our hard work until our children mature, which could be 20, 30, or even 40 years! I used to joke that my hair would be entirely white by the time my youngest finished his teen years.....maybe that's why I've started coloring it?

  6. Thanks for sharing, Meka! Your accomplishments, both great and small, are wonderful and inspiring to others.

  7. Congratulations on your next book! Thanks for sharing.


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