These

These

These are not pretty

They have carried babies.

Walked in a thousand dark rooms to kiss faces goodnight.

They are worn and bent and tired

But strong and stable and planted.

They’ve carried Pageant crowns.

Gowns.

Graduation caps

Twins. A blind child. And a curly haired baby girl.

These get stepped on everyday. They are not thanked or forgiven. They hold up a body torn from love everyday.

Just remember, it’s a step. Just take it.

Trust me, you won’t fall.

Point yourself in the direction YOU want to go.

And, THEN JUST GO!

#blindwithavision #justgo #itsonlyonestep

Published by Bridgett Jordan

Currently nestled in a small town in Tennessee with my four babies, my thoughts often become so detailed and wild that I have no other option than to type them out as fast as possible to share them with the world. So, here I am, a single mother with a completely blind 15 year old, a four year old spunky little girl and two year old twin boys. Sometimes I wonder why my stories would be of interest to you, but then I write them down and that just feels right!

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