Throughout the course of our friendship, Angel has made me ponder many things. The thing that impacted me the most was how brave she was when deciding to leave her first marriage. It is certainly not a decision to take lightly but the way she came out on the other side reminded me that beauty can absolutely come from ashes. When I found myself divorced and depressed I remembered how she chose to be ok. The journey is hard of course but the initial decision to give it a try was easy. By simply being transparent, she helped me to remember something I had forgotten about myself. My value is so weighty that it isn't summed up within the success or failure of my marriage, nor the path my children choose. It reminded me that even at 4ft 9.5, if I put my big girl panties on one leg at a time every day and face my obstacles even I can stand quite tall.
``As long as I've known Angel she has been to the point I guess that's what I liked about her I've admire how she dont give up and go for what she wants in life She doesn't know but now she will I will always love her for 2 things out of all my friends (so call) Angel was one of few that took time out with my special needs daughter if she had a good report card Angel would pick her up and they would go out that I will always be grateful for and the 2nd is she introduced me to my husband it hasn't been great but I always thank God and Angel she was my true Angel because I had prayed to God for a husband that would love me the way I was I pray God continue to Bless you and your family Abundantly``
``I’ve know Angel for years and as long as I can remember she’s always been a solid, tell you the truth but with love positive type of person. I’ve called on her for advice many times ranging from relationship/marriage to business. When I first started my treats/baking business I struggled with letting the customer talk me in to lowing and negotiating my prices, which lead to me giving everyone the “family discount”. Angel had just started her meal prep business and seemed to be doing very well so I decided to reach out to her for a little advice/motivation. So I called her and began venting my frustration about always coming up short profit wise due to me not sticking to my prices. And the most important thing that I took away from that conversation was to know my worth and stand firm on my prices. Everyone is not going to be your customer and that’s okay. Quote and stand firm on prices and if they decide to go elsewhere that’s fine. I simply end the call with a thank you for calling and have a nice day! ``