Lessons I’m thankful for

independent |ˌindəˈpendənt|

2. not depending on another for livelihood or subsistence: I wanted to remain independent in old age.
• capable of thinking or acting for oneself: advice for independent travelers.
• (of income or resources) making it unnecessary to earn one’s living: a woman of independent means.

Thank you, mummy, for making sure I understood what being independent meant starting at a young age. I love you

 

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13 thoughts on “Lessons I’m thankful for

  1. Uhhh, I bought you a slice of pizza and a gelato.
    I don’t know if that qualifies as
    “helping you out financially so you can focus on being an independent woman…”

    • There are many things I wish I could have learned prior to when it “finally hit me” as well. But I work hard (very hard) to allow myself to be with okay with how long it took me.

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