A snowflake

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Every piece of the universe, even the tiniest little snow crystal, matters somehow. I have a place in the pattern, and so do you. Thinking of you this holiday season!

T.A. Barron


Each snowflake is different. No two are alike.

Just like a snowflake no two of us are alike.

We all have different journeys and different obstacles that we are to overcome.

The holes in the snowflake are like the voids in our life. We find ways around them that work for us to get to the next point where the process is repeated.

Each of us have different lines thus we have different holes.

And snowflakes vary in size, just like each of us. We are all raised differently, come from different ethnicities, and have different lifestyles.

The experiences we go through early in life help us to overcome challenges that we face later on in life.

And our lives alter just as snowflakes alter with the conditions present.

I grew up in Girl Scouts surrounded by a loving family. I got my Gold Award, joined the military, graduated high school, and graduated MP OSUT (military police one station unit training).

I really thought I had it all but my snowflake decided that it needed to change. After being tboned by a school bus I had to regrow my snowflake. All the challenges I now had needed to be overcome and by finding a new way to draw my line/ connection I found my way to the next part.

The process keeps repeating until I have regrown my snowflake.

But does that mean it is complete?

By heavens no! The snowflake alters just as the  conditions in my life change.

Are you altering your snowflake?

3 thoughts on “A snowflake

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