This is inner me. The me I wish I was every day. The strong me. The brave me. The in-your-face me. I love that me and have used that me. All women have that me inside of them. That me in you is most oft awoken by loss, fear, pain. That me in you has been called aggressive when it was ambitious, bossy when it was leadership, unyielding when it was decisive, inciting when it was guiding. Today I celebrate that me and you. That me in you. Let us let that me come out from the shadows and roar in the plain face of day. Allow that me out. Let that me be. In the light she deserves to live. In Happiness and Love.