KELLY GREENWOOD!

Interpretation
Feeling
Expression

Your steps were not only ordered but the compass of your calling for us as you Lived Out Loud.

Here thinking about you and your family and what to pen you, what I admired most about you was that you were so confident in who you were and what you could accomplish, you didn’t compare she seeds God gave you with someone else full bloom because you knew it took all season and a process or rather, journey.

Thank you for writing this book for the public and living it out loud for us all to enjoy.

You took the unfamiliar, unheard, unrecognizable and uncertainty and worked that FAITH thang until recognition, knowledge and assurance came to fruition and was clear.

This journey not only shaped you and God used it to be your ministry and calling but it caused us to reflect and reposition what is important.

You walked in total:
Sincerity
Hopefulness
Assurance
Purpose
Enlightenment

Submission

In your living this journey out loud, you were at times:
Vulnerable
Transparent

Frustrated

Weak

Afraid

Mad

Fearful

Disdain

Hopeful

Strong

And so many other emotions but one thing for sure, YOU NEVER stopped evolving into this woman who God needed to use to face this hard day. During all of those transitional phases he was strengthening you because he knew the plans he had for you.

Since I know you as an educator. I know you gave Miss Kloe a F. Yes, she earned it as she made her ascension. You see when we see or say F; we always associate it with someone who was deficient, unlearned or didn’t master said material.

See also  Vikki Hartzler

No ma’am, not Miss Kloe tho.

She lived a life of:

Faith
Clear Headed

Fearlessness,

Flawnessness

Flexibility

Discombobulated

Fascination

Fierceness
Facing
Framing
Forever
Finality
Forging
Fire
Closeted people are those who live one way on the outside but really hide their authentic selves inside.

Nope, I got a chance to see you juggle your family, your Kloe, your SORROWity and your excellency in being a teacher still with high demands and expectations and you did it all seemingly so effortlessly.

Yep, I know you as an educator but I also saw you be the mom of an educator as well.

In Kloe’s eleven years, she taught us masterfully what living was all about and how to face the inevitable.

She was graceful
She was fun loving
She was dignified
She was a diva
She was a guide

She was our village baby.