I am so happy I am working at my alma mater as a Mentor.

I am happy to be able to help my Mentees. Some of them are African American and I work at Mercer. I try to be helpful to all of my Mentees. Some of them are Caucasian and others are Hispanic. They are all very nice and I have been able to connect with almost all of them. Sometimes when I meet a new Mentee at the beginning of the semester I introduce myself to them to familiarize myself with their names as well.

I deserve to be happy.

I don’t feel guilty about anything. I am enjoying this period in my life where I am nominated for not one but two blogger awards and have this platform with TheAyeshaSite my blog. I feel so grateful for this success at 37 years old. I feel like this feels right. It is right perfect timing. I am feeling good today. I’m going out soon. I have some things to buy for myself. I want to start driving by early next year. I want to buy my first car. I am going to save for a down payment.

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I like myself. I know people have certain opinions about me. I’m guessing they always will. I’ve never been a popular person. I got a chance to do a solo here on http://www.wordpress.com and it’s because of my 100 followers. Thank you 100 followers you helped me so much by liking blog posts I made and saying y’all like my blog. I had my first experience where I felt supported in a blogging community as a writer. This is always going to be something I remember.

People say I’m very positive

I feel like this is an amazing thing to be known for. One of my older male friends told me my Facebook posts were positive. Other friends say I always say positive things as opposed to negative things. I like to spread as many positive vibes as I can. If a friend is having negative thoughts or is bumbed out I want to get them to see something positive in the time we talk or spend time together. Some situations don’t have easy answers. I know just by continuing to be positive I’ll eventually be okay but I recently added prayer to God to my list. I went through a time of prayerlessness and I more than ever want to connect with God through prayer. I write poetry and I think I may start penning prayers.