five minute friday {tell}

46272_10150262410025171_4694439_nWelcome to Five Minute Friday to where us bloggers are given a word prompt and write for just 5 minutes simply for the joy of writing. No editing or backtracking. No need to be perfect. Just words freely flowing from my heart to yours. Set the timer and write away! Stop at the 5 minute mark no matter where you are!

Today’s Five minute Friday word is {Tell}

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I have been blogging now for about 5 years, and my soul purpose for writing my blog is to "tell" my story and no longer sit in the silence I was forced into since I was little.

When I first began the blog I slowly began with just photos to words. I slowly would talk about my life as a mom to 3 amazing boys, and how my husband and I have been married for 20+ years and how much I love being a mom and wife and more so a child of God and about my faith.

I slowly began to bring my words to bigger thoughts and my thoughts to a story. I found that my voice from the silence that was put upon me was "connecting" and not only connecting but it was the power of "telling".

5 years into my blog writing and I am telling my story, and I am not longer sitting in the silence of pain and suffering. I use my voice and tell my story for a purpose and I believe God has given me a purpose.

I am an adult survivor of child sexual abuse and I have a story to tell. I write my truth about my healing process and write about the good and hard days. My truth is the path to healing and the path to healing is a connection not only to others but it's my path to God.

I use my blog as my voice, and everyday I am grateful for this space to be whatever I need and or want to be. NO one can take this voice away from me - not this time.

I can tell my story however way I need to and I am blessed that God has given me the ability to do so.

If you have a story or truth that holds you from being the person you need to be - TELL IT! Tell your story!

God gave us a voice for a reason, and there are people who are waiting to embrace you in that.

"Tell" me your thoughts, I would love to connect with you.

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