I’ve watched you turn pain into power
I’ve watched you fight back tears
I’ve watched the unlimited amount of strength that you’ve shown throughout the years
You have overcome many things
Yet God has presented you with another obstacle
Never in a million years would we have dreamed this would be possible
It came out of no where
And unfortunately we couldn’t choose
But know I will forever be by your side and in my eyes you will never lose
God presents his hardest battles to his strongest soldiers
And you’re the strongest woman I know
My own personal superwoman
Forever we will push forward, there’s no other way to go
Survivors have walked before us
Reminding us that we can win
Many will walk after us
This fight will never end
Pink used to symbolize feminism but now it symbolizes pride
For me it will forever symbolize the love I have for you and how I will always make strides
You’re always presented with the toughest battles and somehow always makes it through
So for now until infinity
In October I wear Pink just for you!
“And she always had a way with brokenness. She will take her pieces and make them beautiful.” -R.M Drake
If you know me, you know that…
10. I don’t like sharing my favorite humans on earth with others.
See you at the top boo!
Dedicated to: One of my favorite humans 🐻♥️ keep fighting 💪🏽💞
💖 CURE BREAST CANCER 💖
💞🎃 OCTOBER 🎃💞
Photo Cred 📷: Amanda K.
13 thoughts on “TO THE STRONGEST WOMAN I KNOW 💖”
Beautifully written dedication. 💜
Thank you so much, Yonnie! ♥️
Beautiful tribute. Inspiring for all of us.
Thank you so much! 😊
Thank you so much 😊♥️
Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
WAY TO GO, GIRL! MY OWN MOM DIES—OCTOBER 10TH, 1990—OF BREAST CANCER THAT SPREAD THROUGHOUT HER BODY. 😦 I ‘LL SECOND THAT MOTION—TO RID THE WORLD OF BREAST CANCER—MY BROTHER’S WIFE IS ONE SURVIVOR OF IT. LOST AN AUNT TO TO IT—SAME AS MOM BUT A LOT FASTER.
Thank you! 😊 One of my favorite pieces thus far.
Yes, fighting to rid the world of all cancer!
Sorry to hear about your family! Praying that they find a cure, we lose so many phenomenal women to it everyday!
TRUE—medicine that wasn’t expected to work gave Mom two more years. The next step up of that medicine did do help whatsoever….we take what blessings we can get!
First I must say your shirt is cute.. And you’re writing was indeed inspiration
Ahhh thank you so much 😊 one of my favorite shirts for sure!