Becoming of Love: Grateful for everything that led me here by Michelle Bisgrove
I started as just Michelle, her own story, and soon to be a mom at 20 years of age. I had many last names and each one defined me differently. As I had more and more children, that defined me as well. I am me first, or should I say, I have struggled to be so. I have had a beautiful and very full life with so many blessings. I am a mom of 6 children and a grandma of 2, so far. Diversity has been the road I have traveled; ran many marathons, if you will. Anything from skydiving to bungee jumping with my kids. I have had so many adventures including traveling to amazing places in the world, I can’t possibly begin to remember them all.
I have held my grandson through chemo, lived through drug addiction in my family, danced in the rain and loved my heart out as much as I possibly can.
Always remember that this time next year, it will look different: wake up… get up and get as many people as you are blessed to love happy if you can. It’s not about how many times you fall. It’s about how many times you get up and make it good. I like to think I try and do that most days! I am very fortunate that I was born with a glass full kind of attitude. I think it makes a difference; genetics plays such a huge part of who we are!
My story is for anyone who might deal with not feeling worthy. Maybe someone who looks back and sees the dread of the past. The past is forgotten, life should not be influenced by our emotions. It should be influenced by our actions. I am not qualified to be anyone’s judge, not even my own. Live your life the best as you can and know that you can carry yourself whereever you need to be! Be vulnerable as much as you can every day. Listen, always listen. Sometimes you make choices in life and sometimes they make you.
Find Michelle Bisgrove’s story in Volume 1
connect with michelle
Michelle Bisgrove, Canada.
Volume 1 Author.
If you would like to reach out to Michelle, you can do so below.
Please leave Michelle a message on our contact page and we will pass it along to her.
“I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will”
~ Charlotte Bronte (Jane Eyre)