I never thought I would see the day that I would become a mentor before I had kids of my own.
I didn’t think I was worthy of being a mentor. Why you ask?
Simply because I didn’t think I had it in me. It sounded like a full time job that I wasn’t ready for.
I would ask myself, how can I be a mentor to someone when I don’t have my own life together?
I was about 15 when I thought about this. I saw many people with mentors around me.
I knew I wanted one….but did I want to be one? No not really.
2014! Yes last year! It happened on it’s own! Upon my re-arrival back in NYC….Yay Home! I revisited these two beautiful little girls that I haven’t seen in about 3 years. They are sisters as well. It feels good to see them again. No they aren’t mine!
They are awesome, although I must admit sometimes they are too much to handle! Geez. Haha But seriously? What kid isn’t? Annoyance is apart of every child’s vocabulary.
I enjoy the laughs though. Kids are the cutest beings on the planet.
I guess I should mention that they are 4 and 10.
I love them to death…..for real!
I see myself as a regular human being, making it throughout my days/weeks.
One day the 10 year old started asking me questions such as “Hey Karen…When you were younger, did you have technology?” Of course I told her “no and I prefer it that way because I learned so much” Continue reading