Unapologetic

  1. […] shared a wee bit of my story last week on failure, falling and allowing myself to give up because things didn’t work out the way that I wanted.  I’ve had several images […]

  2. […] shared a wee bit of my story last week on failure, falling and allowing myself to give up because things didn’t work out the way that I wanted.  I’ve had several images […]

  3. Hali Quincey says:

    I love this… I understand this… I feel this… I needed this. Thank you for putting yourself out there and making me feel “normal”! I’ve been reading your posts throughout the years without you probably knowing. Keep being who God wants you to be!

    • Thank you so much for your encouragement on this!! I can’t tell you how much that means to me! I’m hoping and praying that, if nothing else, my unapologetic lifestyle will push others to embrace who they are and love who God made them to be! <3

  4. Alison says:

    Courtney, I’m proud of you for deciding to be you. It takes great courage to be authentic and genuine. The beauty of it is that when you do show up in the world just the way you were made, you shine brightly as the unique creation that you are! And I for one, am a fan.
    I’m convinced that if everyone took this brave step you are taking, God would have His way as each of us function to the fullest in our own capacity.

    And writing from a decade or so ahead of you (ahem, older) rest assured that some of the turmoil
    that you feel will continue to settle. It’s the lovely side of aging often not talked about.

    Put it out there. Be you. It’s who we like, and it’s who you were made to be.

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Courtney Kirkland is a Southeast Alabama Writer & Designer. Since 2008, Courtney has passionately provided beautiful, intentional design to small businesses & bloggers and encouraged thousands to walk in a rich faith in any situation.