Every storm will eventually run out of rain. Those who truly live, will dance in it and enjoy the life rain brings. Those who shy from the rain aren’t as strong. Dance in the rain. Grow from every storm. Photo credit= @kennamarie00 #motivation#almosttheweekend#ontheup#mentalgains
2nd Session of the day💪🏾💪🏾 13.5 miles in the bag , it's been a while since I have put that type of run in, feeling very motivated.
@shamrockpromotion let's make the fight, put your money where your mouth is. Julian Wilson get at your guy let's give Bedford the fight they want.
Team downer ready for WAR no more games let's get this work . #andstill#3 -0 #winner#teamDowner#OntheUp .
Dear Second Year of Law School,
First semester, you taught me how to live in a vacuum. I spent more time at school than anywhere else, pulling more all-nighters than in my slumber party days. It paid off. I finished with straight A’s, earning first honors in two of my classes.
Second semester, you taught me that living in a vacuum isn’t sustainable. No one plans for a traumatic experience and there’s no way to stop your world once faced with one. I can promise you that your body will not care how many deadlines you have or how important it is to focus in class. And while I never imagined a memory could hit me like a meteor, its subsequent ripples have taught me more about myself and relationships than my entire 24 years of life combined. I’ve learned to value friends for what they are capable of giving, rather than focusing on what I expected to receive. I’ve learned that while people may know how to listen, very few know how to hear. And when you need to be heard the most, it’s not who’s there that’s most surprising, rather who isn’t. I learned to stand strong and advocate for myself, even though I felt at my weakest. A major life disruption leaves a new normal in its wake. Although my “normal” has changed, I’m changing with it.