| Hope Alcocer |

Grand Rapids' Based. Chicago Native. PR+Social Media+Writer. Wedding Designer. Fashionista. Entrepreneur. Coffee Addict. Health Nut. First Novel Out 12.13.14

Hope Alcocer is an award winning, twenty-something professional who began her career within the world of writing and media over five years ago after attending Grand Valley State University for Psychology. An entrepreneur, motivated individual with dynamic skills and creativity, she services clients in a wide range of industries and project scopes around the world.

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Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some people move our souls to dance. They awaken us to a new understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom, and make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon. Some people stay in our lives awhile, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same.

"I found a little glass jar on the shelf
It reminded me to take a good, hard look at myself.
Reminded me of some better days
When I knew you in the version that I wished
You would stay in but
Everything’s as if nothing ever happened
You gave up on us. “ - Glass Jar, @tristanprettyman

You’ll be on my mind today. I pray the road you chose to walk without me led you to find your life’s rhythm. I hope you found the happiness you kept searching for. If yes, then I guess the pain was somehow worth it. 💜

The Single Girl Vow | hopealcocer.me

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Once upon a time, there was a girl who fell in love with a boy. The bond that transpired between the pair of them was electric, and came out of nowhere. This boy healed her heart from another boy that she had had to walk away from once before. This boy and girl were a beautiful couple, and while it didn’t make any sense on paper for why the two should be together, they were happy — and that’s all that mattered. The boy stood by her side as she healed from a long journey of being sickly and broken hearted, and brought her healing, light, and love. He brought her smiles and laughter nearly everyday that they were together. It was something the girl hadn’t had in quite sometime.

On her 25th birthday, the boy got down on one knee and asked her for forever and always. She said “yes” without any doubt, and the two began preparing for their happily ever after. They chose to say “I Do” at the place where she had grown up— the place where she had played dress up with her little sister and fantasized about her wedding day. Everyone was happy for them, but most of all, everyone was happy that the girl finally was going to get her happy ending after a long, hard road from years before. 

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When you’re dreaming with a broken heart
Then waking up is the hardest part
You roll outta bed and down on your knees
And for a moment you can hardly breathe
Wondering was she really here?
Is she standing in my room?
No she’s not, ‘cause she’s gone, gone, gone, gone, gone….

This new day has greeted us with no rules; unconditional opportunity. Do not dilute the power of this new day with the hardship of yesterday. Greet this day the way it has greeted you; with open arms and endless possibility.

Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free

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