I just wanted to show you my new hair by hairstylist Stephanie Markel of Tru Salon.
Well, I kind of didn’t realize that people would be staring at me after I got my hair done. I can’t hide anymore. I used to hide, because I didn’t want the unwanted attention. I didn’t want people to talk to me all the time…but now I really can’t hide.
This marks a new season for me and I’m sure for many of you.
It’s a new season of stepping out. You’re going to have to take risks, be vulnerable, do things you’ve never done or have not done for a long time. You’re going to have to open your heart to new people and trust that God will protect it. You’re going to have to be open about who you really are.
You’ve been hurt before, but you grew stronger in the healing.
Your bones are stronger though it was broken.
It is okay that you may be sad about letting go of the past, letting go of control and how things used to be. In the wilderness, things were predictable for me…I knew what to expect…but now being thrown into the rainbows and universe, I find myself clenching onto what little control I have.
But I hear “relax, let go, go with the flow”.
It’s a new season.
Are you ready?
Rewrite your dreams, dream again. You are not the same person, you know who you are. You may have to let go of how you thought your life should have been, or become. Your destiny is greater than a generic life.
Write your own chapter. Sing your own song. Dye your hair purple and blue, look like a mermaid or a troll.
Don’t be afraid to stand out.