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Tina Turner “Love at First Sight”

As I watched the video, I was impressed. Tina Turner looks great! Oh what peace does for you. She is in love too. With a man 16 years younger than she. You know for us here at Fedora Loves Poetry that is great!

Tina is an inspiration to many. She found her way back from such a dark journey and delighted in herself first. She built a life for herself and shared her heart with another. But it begins with loving yourself and realizing that you are worthy of much more in this life.

How the soul lifts when one is free!

Fedora loves you. Peace




Transition in Love


Going through a transition is like giving birth. You start out with an idea of how things will be because you can’t see anything yet. I set out on a journey nine months ago. I wasn’t sure of what I was trying to accomplish but I knew that things as they existed then had to change. In case you are wondering yes it involved relationships.

See I had problems choosing men and then would not always let go when I needed to. I let someone go nine months ago and I set out on a journey to rediscover myself, my desires, and my purpose. I don’t trust a man with my heart. Simply because the one’s I submitted to in love trampled on me, used me, and abandoned me. Oh don’t feel sorry for me. It helped me to become the woman I am today.

So over the course of nine months I have learned how to be friends with a man. I have learned that there really are some real men of substance in this world and how to recognize them. I learned that I attract men based upon how I see myself. If I feel unworthy then I may attract a man who has a similar trait who in turn would never see my worth. Boy I repeated this one several times. But now I know my worth and attract men who recognize it as well.

I still had some men who tried to attach themselves to me who did not see my worth. But I quickly cut things off. Yes I hesitated but I did it. It was so great, so empowering. I am ready now to embark on my next journey.

I am ready to submit in love to my king, whomever he is. I am scared yes. But when is transition not scary? It’s like diving out in the abyss, you don’t know what’s down there but you jump anyway. I am diving knowing that God is holding my legs all the way, ready to pull me back to his safety if necessary.