I am fearless.
OK, not always. But, I am becoming fearless. It is a process, just like anything else. I am thankful to grow in my fearlessness. One of my closest and best friends, Kayla, is helping me realize that.
This weekend, I had the pleasure of seeing her at AFA! Not only was it great to catch up, but coincidentally, we each gave each other gifts. I gave her some new Syngenta gear, and she gave me this necklace through The Giving Keys. My key says “fearless”. She knows me well.
I am grateful and thankful for friends like Kayla who are helping me become more fearless and instill that characteristic in others. There are a lot things scary, dangerous and risky. We can overcome them. It does not have to be alone. Who can help you become fearless?