An AMAZING night with some INCREDIBLE women!

Those that know me, know that I am somewhat of an introvert. I work from home. love to be home. I am not always a fan of “getting ready” and sometimes it feels like and is so much effort. It’s even worse since having Monroe, or hell maybe I’m just getting old.

However, when my dear friend Christie (owner of Vibe Stitch) invites me to see Rachel Hollis’ Made for More at our Local Edwards Theatre…I said yes.

Truth: I have not read Girl, Wash Your Face. Don’t judge me, because I feel as if I’m thee only woman in America that hasn’t read it.

However, she’s my homie and asked me to be there…so it was a no brainer!

Her intention was to bring together all of her favorite women to support her while launching her new campaign (she’s running for Woman of the Year for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society), and in return to inspire us with this documentary.

I’m not going to lie I didn’t expect to have as much fun as I did, nor to feel as if I had bonded with such a large group of women. Honestly, women are always the nicest. I mean, there was a total of 12 included in this party! We chatted about a LOT of personal successes and some heartfelt struggles in just a short period of time. There was definitely a lot of love and women supporting women going on that night.

So much so I felt compelled to write about it. I left the what turned out to be an EPIC event inspired and my heart a little more open.

One of my goals in 2019 is to put myself out there much more. You can’t meet new people staying in your awesome sweat suits at home. I pushed myself to do the same last year and I met some amazing people, and eventually became friends with quite a few. A few are now very close friends of mine and have been there for me through many trials and tribulations throughout 2018. So, less sweat suits and more friendships.

I mean, you can never have too much love in your life! BRING IT ON 2019!!

Stacey Hinzo