Maybe Peace Is The Devil’s Aim⚕️

FAKE IT UNTIL YOU MAKE IT. GRIN AND BEAR IT. IT IS WHAT IT IS.

These phrases have come up time and again over the last many years in conversations with my teenagers. The truth is that these phrases do not commonly come into my own mind. I wasn’t raised that way. They aren’t drilled into my own psyche. Thank goodness! And anyone who really knows me knows that’s really not my gig at all. I live authentically. Almost 💯 at this point in my life. At this point I my lifetime I am shameless and I wear that badge of courage with pride.

Some people may not see me this way. That’s fine. I’m a woman that some people would call a hot mess. Others probably describe me as cold or sharp. And then there are some people who just call me authentic. Depends on who is making the judgment call. I accept it all. I am who I am, as Popeye said. 💪🏼

The point is that our kids have plenty of influencers in their lives other than me and “fake it util you make it” got a little stuck in their psyche. They have received plenty of unsolicited advice over the years, as we all do. It’s difficult to filter it all, especially when we are young. And they know exactly who their mom is. They know I am tough as nails, kind of nuts, and am wholehearted. And I imagine that they may have thought all the things themselves about me. I guess I don’t really appear to be the norm in our circle. They know I don’t have my shit together all the time. But really…how can a person like me have all of my shit together? It’s not a simple life. Lots of moving parts. I think of it kind of like a freight train. The destination is always the key for me.

Destiny is all. Pray for peace. You may be right, Cole. Peace may just be the devil’s aim. Rest in Your Power, sweet child. Now you’re a real angel.

Cole Jackson Tucker ♥️⚕️🌻

4/30/2002-4/14/2022

https://feldmanmortuary.com/tribute/details/4452/Cole-Tucker/obituary.html

⚕️✌🏼♥️♾🌻✨🙏🏼

Published by stuckinmybra

First and foremost, I am a mother, but I am also an education lawyer and policy specialist, an advocate, and an activist. I've been told by my closest friends that I am a fighter. My practice area is disabilities and education, which is where I have been practicing since 1999, before I had my own kids who are now teenagers and are all educationally identified as twice exceptional. I write about what is on my mind, which feels like a messy file system of old and constantly new information. I think about my kids and the people they are and how to help them become who they want to be in this world. I write about issues that affect deaf people because one of my kids is deaf. I write about giftedness, autism, trauma, inclusion, mental health and chronic illness because those are all things that affect my family. I write about my own life and the people in it. I hope what I write touches peoples hearts and opens people’s minds because I think people in our world need to have more understanding and compassion. I'm here to tell the straight up truth.

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