Singing the National Anthem for a 5k run is always a joy! Such a honor. Let’s just say that I love singing acapella in front of many runners, such a fun experience! (:
Today I honor Jacquelyn Walters, my only little sister.
Coming from a big family, you have so many siblings and you have to help take care of at the least one of them.
As child number 5, God gave me only one young person to look over specifically (Child #6).
Let me just say she gets on my everlasting NERVES, but in all..
She makes me laugh. God has a huge CALLING on her life and as most of you know, it is by her voice.
See, when she came from my mothers womb, she came out with something wrong with her voice. It was really rhaspy and sounded wrong. The doctors were worried, as well as my parents.
But as time grew, she ended up with such a beautiful and soft voice. She now is one of my favorite singers and its so absolutely amazing. God had a purpose since day one on this girls life. She’s the youngest and thats not always easy, she doesn’t have a normal life at all..
She has a God given life, and its called her to stand up and mature a little, but I believe its just the beginning of something great. I know MY God never fails and will never fail her because she has a heart for him! Therefore, I would like you to visit her YouTube and see just the smallest reason I honor and respect this young girl… even if she’s 2 years younger.. she’s mature and goodness BEAUTIFUL!
«< CLICK THAT PICTURE TO SEE AN AMAZING VIDEO FOR THIS LOVELY GIRL.
Tonight I get to take the stage with her and it makes me so happy!
Thank you Jacquelyn for being a beauty, I know that sometimes I dislike taking care of you, but Im learning that God only gave me one younger sibling… only one, and Im very thankful I have you as that one.
I’m over being older or more mature in my mind. My whole life everyone has always thought or still thinks I’m more mature then my age, I never actually realized it until having conversations with my older siblings, and understanding what their talking about. Growing up being the youngest in a family of 10, including my parents, is quite fun; not going to lie. But there’s consequences of being the youngest from a big family, like one consequence is maturity. Not purposely but maybe accidently just from looking up at the influences I have in my older siblings, I become more mature then my own age, I guess you can say. Now, I’m not saying I’m “special” or anything of that kind, I’m just pointing out the fact I’m 15 now and feel like I finally have hit that age of what my maturity level was since 10 years old. It might be a little personal what I’m blogging but I feel happy now to say I can actually adapt to talking to my friends that are my age and in my grade. So I’m realizing now that most people set their minds on growing up or getting older, for me I’m so over being older or trying to grow up. I’m young so I’m enjoying it while I still am the age I am. I might always have that “maturity level” thing, whatever you might want to call it, just because coming from a big family but I accept that fact and love it! I’m just being me, Jacquelyn!