Story Time: I Cried Way More Than I Thought I Would

Happy Thursday, Friends! If you’re new to Guerrero Party of 5 — Welcome to the #GP5 Fam!

I recently just finished “The Living Library” event at Phoenix College and let me just tell you, I am changed. I know, so cliché. But, in all honesty, I cried way more than I thought I would.

To be able to share my personal story, my struggles, my obstacles and overcoming them. And, being so vulnerable was difficult yet empowering. I was in awe of the men and women who came to sit and listen to my story. I was truly grateful. There were SO many great “books” who came to speak, and to just learn a bit about them was just an honor.

The overall experience was one I had never experienced, the emotions throughout the day were so raw. As surprising, as it may sound. I haven’t told my story out loud in front of strangers if you will. Seeing their emotions as I spoke how it really resonated with them, was heartwarming. They felt what I was feeling and heard every word I said.

I was going to record my sessions and share it, but, I chose not too. I wanted to be in the moment and truly just be present with my listeners and engage wholeheartedly. I know this is just the beginning of my story and there is so much more to come. And, as I’ve said before its just starting to unfold. God has graced me with new opportunities, and I’m following his path for me.

I wanted to Thank Stephanie, the Social Justice Department, Phoenix College for the awesome opportunity. I especially wanted to say thank you to Mrs. Bould for her love and light.

The story is coming soon…





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