Some Return to Myself

Ask and ye shall receive, knock and the door shall be open.

So I put out a request for a hair stylist and what I got was so much more. I’m really not trying to be extra deep, but this is really a big deal.

Some women pamper themselves regularly, I’m not one of those women. Between an illness, a bout on short term disability, a hard pregnancy, a rough marriage, a messy divorce, sudden sin1gle parent hood, homelessness, and the raising a special needs child 100% solo, I have been on the back burner of my “to do” list for a very long time.

But today I found THE MOST AWESOME HAIR PROFESSIONAL IN DENVER, Tanya Does Hair Mason. Her professionalism was only outdone by her warmth, focus on service and knowledge of healthy hair. But she did more for me than do my hair, she gave me some return to myself. She made me feel worthy of good things. And if that wasn’t enough. … unbeknownst to me my girl Rilla La’Shawn Ervin paid for it all! Your generosity is beyond!

I’m just amazed and I feel blessed to be coming up from  a dark place. God is kinda amazing.

#WhatBounceBackLooksLike
#YouWouldntBelieveMeIfIToldYouTheWholeStory

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2 thoughts on “Some Return to Myself”

  1. Tiffany,

    What an awe inspiring testimony, it was extra, all that and a bag of chips and your time..I believe there is no coincidences and we get what we need when we need it..your tumultuous chain of life lessons I am sure taught you alot alrea made you the woman you are today. .your gratitude, humble spirit and gift in sharing with others was definitely well received by me..you shared part of my story. ..
    As a single parent, never married raised two daughters Abdul unbeknownst to me my youngest would face a diagnosis with a mental illness 1st yr away at college forever changed our lives. ..As her primary caregiver giver without support from her older sister much less family members it’s been alot of sacrifice and will continue although she’s now 25yrs old..as a primary care giver for my mom after my only brother was murdered at age 32, again our lives have since forever changed. .Mine most significantly that I struggle with depression. yet I am and have always been the go to person..the strong one if you will..but without God, no one to pick up my pieces..So I get it I only wish I lived in that area bc I have been praying for a hairstylist like the one you just spoke of because she sounds awesome and your hair looks amazing. ..

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    1. Thank you so much for sharing. Yeah, it doesn’t feel like it when we’re in it, but struggle is really for our building. We’ve just got to come out of it better and not bitter, than we can get the benefits of it once it’s over. Blessings to you and yours, and props for holding your head up!

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