I struggled with self love for as long as I can remember, within my own demons, insecurities, and being mistreated constantly by others. Near the end of high school and to this day, I would believe is to be my biggest breakthrough with self love. I realized the only thing that matters is me, and that life is taking me wherever I need to be. Although I had struggled with self love, I always had confidence in me, I never let anything stop me from doing what I needed to or to voice what’s on my mind. My confidence has grown stronger and it opened up a lot of opportunities for me. For anyone who knows me, I LOVE myself. Working on myself has not only taught me to never settle less for what I want or deserve, and to be at peace with myself, but it taught me to fall in love with life, and showed me how to love others better. Of course I still have bad days.. but at the end of it all, tomorrow is a new day, and all you have is you, so be better for it. xx
This is my dog Rocky. 3 years old. I got him when I was in High school and he is the best thing that ever happened to me!
He is half Staffordshire Bull Terrier and half Portuguese Pointer. I was told he was a Boston Terrier, but, no. I knew that he wasn’t. He looks very intimidating, and can be territorial at first, but he’s the sweetest little thing. Rocky has so much personality. He is very hyper active, free, affectionate. He runs faster than a cheetah, I swear, he just flies right out when I open the door and doesn’t even stop there… He is a Mama’s boy for sure! Rocky would’ve been in a shelter if i haven’t had taken him and I don’t know what I would’ve done. I’m hoping in the near future I can adopt a bunch of beautiful soul’s that Rocky can be surrounded by and play with.
If you or someone you know is looking to take in a animal, I encourage you all to consider looking at your local SPCA, or other animal shelters or associations to adopt or contribute to their other services to give these animals the best life.