Regarding Bertha’s Legacy, Jamie’s Future.

This will be a quicky. I wanted to let you all know that I have not forgotten about or given up on Bertha and Jamie. I never will give up on that. This last week has been a real eye opener for me and I have come to accept that a couple of other little things have to take place first.

Most important of all is that I can’t fix the world while I am so broken. I am now taking steps to work on me and put me back together. If I am broken, how can I even attempt to fix something that has been broken a lot longer than I have and is shattered into far more pieces than I am. The best way I can honor Bertha and Jamie is to fix me first so that I can give them my all when I take on the world!

The second thing I have realized is that I don’t have a CLUE how to go about setting up and running an organization such as this. Knowledge is power and power can be a great thing when it is used for the right reasons. I have found a place where I can take some basic classes (for free) which will provide me with some of the tools necessary for such an undertaking and it will also help connect me with others who feel the same. Without a little knowledge and a few tools, I will certainly fail Bertha and Jamie. Failure is not an option. They deserve better.

There is only one race that matters. The human race. No child should ever go to bed hungry. No child should have to lay their head on their pillow with a fear of dying in the night from a stray bullet. EVERY child in this world should receive an excellent education. Every child should be raised with the knowledge that they are as good as every other child in this world. The best way you can honor your child is by teaching them that we are all equal and we all deserve the chance to reach our goals and fulfill our dreams.  Teach them that the ONLY right thing to do on their journey is to reach out for anyone who may be struggling on theirs and help them up. Teach your children that we are all in this together. Teach them that EVERYONE is worthy of a helping hand. Teach them that there is no honor in turning your back on someone who needs your help. There is no joy to be found when someone else fails, especially if we had an opportunity to help them succeed.


Until my soul is stronger and I have tools in my toolbox, please don’t forget about Bertha and Jamie.



12 thoughts on “Regarding Bertha’s Legacy, Jamie’s Future.

  1. I’ve yet to read Bertha’s legacy, but it sounds to me like it has been copnceived from a tragedy. I wish you all the very best as you set out on your journey of putting yourself back together and honouring Bertha and Jamie. I very much appreciate the follow. Every blessing to you, Leah

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  2. We need more love in this world for sure! May we all be an example of it with the things we do and say and let love be what shapes the way we think. And of course, it starts with loving ourselves:) Hope you are gaining back your strength and mending your heart to give to those that will openly receive:)


    1. I posted a blog on April 9th titled, Bertha’s Legacy, Jamie’s Future. If you are interested in reading that post, it will explain everything. Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog. If you can’t find the post or want more info, please don’t hesitate to ask.



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