Tuesday, January 14, 2014

A Warrior Queen Story: Color Me Brave

You may not know me, but I blog over at Color Me Brave; Raewyn knows me as the girl who sends her pictures of hot asses and then becoming depressed in the next message because the amazing ass turns out gay. 

Don't worry if you head of to my blog you see my crazy antics. I have no filter. 

But how is this a part of the Warrior Queen movement? 

Well three years ago I wasn't even living, I was a shell of a person. But I knew what I was feeling day in and out was not what I wanted to for me or for my life. Sure become an out-patient once upon a time, people automatically think crazy person. But becoming this was my first step to becoming a warrior queen. 

I learned to speak and turns out their are people out there who share my interest. 

I learned to look ahead and see great things instead of what happened to me last week. 

These were my build ups. And with my 2 year after leaving out-patient is just happening. I am now a women. I am a warrior queen. 

I laugh at life
I speak my mind
I charge after my dreams (well once I figure out which one I want first)

More importantly I smile with no force behind them. And wear the name proudly that I was given by the other patients. Bravery. They told me everyday I was brave to come there on my own. I was brave to tell them what I was feeling. I was brave to try everything to get better and I was brave because I was accepting help that no one thinks they really need. 

My bravery is what makes me a Warrior Queen and I'm damn proud of it because I am finally happy.  


Thanks, Paulina!! Paulina is my partner in Color Me a Warrior Queen and we still have our shirts for sale! Click on the image below to buy them :) 

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1 comment:

  1. Aww! This is such a sweet post. I'm so glad you were able to make it out of your daily funk is what I call it. I'm still in it and its so hard to get out.


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