Hello Wild Ones🌞🌞🌞
I hope you are loving yourself today. My beautiful wild one. I am impressed by how beautiful and sexy you are inside and out. How am I you ask? I am currently rushing to post this because I have date☺☺☺.
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I never chased the dream, I designed itNasty C (I have huge crush on this man)
Lately, I have been embracing the fact that I want a beautiful nuclear family and what that means for me as a millennial ambitious black African feminist. I have been the girl who doesn’t understand why anyone would dream of being a housewife (I still struggle not to judge). Reading ‘The Defining Decade’ by Meg Jay gave me a new perspective about marriage and love. I have always been told that I need to focus on my books and not look at boys. Solid advice, right? Make sense, right? There is some sort of shame attached to wanting love at a certain age based on the advice that I have gotten throughout my life. I get that this advice comes from the right place where the worst thing that could happen to a woman is not to chase her dreams then wind up completely dependent on an abusive partner who she cannot leave (This is the story of many African women).
I am learning to add romantic love as part of my dreams and not something that I get to after being the great person I am meant to be. I am learning to permit myself to say that I have it all. I can have all that I have dreamed of. I recently to the amazing Maya Angelou’s poem, ‘I am Human,’ and the part where she talked about how if a human has done, then you can do it, then you can do it got me. (Y’all should really listen to it). These words would then be strengthened by something I heard in a motivational speech that if you dreamt it no matter how crazy, then it highly likely possible that’s how innovation. That’s how airplanes came to be. The Wright Brothers had listened scientists talk about how planes were not the possibility, but they chose to design their dream. (Motivational much🌚🌚🌚) All for a marriage?😂😂😂😂 To be fair, I would need it, I know too my stories about bad marriages, and I struggle to believe in love. So if I have dreamt of great love and I know people who have had such a love, I will get it.
I, Jackline Wanjira Njagi, commit to design a dream that says that I can have it all. The handsome, rich husband, beautiful kids, big car, lots of money in the bank, happiness, joy, and a legacy. I don’t know how it will all happen, but I will have it all. I have dreamt, so I am gonna get it. Odd, this post is going up on Valentines’ Day. Fate, is that you?
Anyways Happy Valentine’s Day💖💖💖
What are you doing today, my loves?
With Loooooove and Sunshine 💖🌞💖🌞, Jackie