The Power of Art

“Spinning Her Story”

In a world that’s spinning incredibly fast, it’s important to remember that turtles can and do exist.

These past few years, I’ve lived by the mantra “Slow and Steady” it’s helped me get through some of life’s greatest difficulties and made me stronger.

Here is where I stand. On the outside, I appear as any ordinary woman my age. My muscles aren’t big. I don’t have extra appendages and I don’t wear a halo above my head. But on the inside, I’m swelled with pride at where I am in my life.

Because I realize now, that every obstacle I climbed over, every blockade that I pushed aside or powered through, every obstacle that I crawled my way under, got me to here and made me stronger. As if I were pressing weights, I persevered. I stayed focused and avoided fluctuating or being fickle-headed.

Here I am, a living testament to the mantra: “Slow and Steady”, living proof that strength is the rawest form of power. Spinning my own story💕

If I’m making it look easy, it’s so little girls will see me and try.

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Published by DaNice D Marshall

Pronounced Duh-NYSE. Published writer. Roxbury native, residing in Boston, Massachusetts.

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