WELL HEY, I’M CHARITY FAYE!
I’m a multi-passionate soul who loves to write, photography & absolutely loves the arts and sciences.
I’m an ambitious loving woman who enjoys just about everything and the ability to people please (yes, I said that). I didn’t live the good life growing up. The good life was something I HAD to choose. With many missed opportunities, failure upon failure, I failed my way up the ladder. In my early 20’s I found myself married, with a two year old to a man that didn’t treat me very well. I was so broken from the abuse I endured as a child that it left me open and willing to accept anyone who walked in to my life. (But, I did get one good thing out of it and it’s my oldest son)
Our 15-30’s are our golden years. But those years were unfortunately not so golden for me. I had to learn a lot of hard lessons along the way, along with healing for faults that were not my own. And truth is, I’m still healing. I personally think we don’t find an ending point with our healing. We keep peeling back layer upon layer until we meet our sweet Jesus in Heaven. This is not an appeal saying “hey we never heal!” We do, we absolutely do, but I never believe we come to the end of the road of healing. I have come a long way in my healing! I simply believe if we devote our heart and soul to healing we always come to a better place than we were yesterday.
So here I am, multiple painful, messy experiences led me right here where I am today.
Each season I feel like I gain more healthier perspective about myself. At times I’ve had to navigate this world alone, at times I’ve had a light to guide me.
But…I am witness:
Though I’ve been broken, on the floor, and in deep dark places in my life, God’s grace has always covered me. Though, not without me meeting him in the middle. I had to make the decision to dig deep and do the work, which took a lot of grit: “firmness of mind or spirit: unyielding courage in the face of hardship or danger." And no matter where I was, hurting, broken, He met me with his precious grace: “grace include ease of bearing and "disposition to or an act or instance of kindness, courtesy, or clemency”.