completing sentences

I may have had some hard things in my past, but that will not define me.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I just aced that assignment.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I am stronger now than I have ever been.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I am a beloved daughter of the King.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but tonight I'm going to sleep well.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but that run felt amazing just now.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but it has prepared me for today.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I am learning to love who I was.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I am no longer a child.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but it has made me stronger.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I look dang good in these jeans.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but right now, this coffee tastes amazing.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I am learning how to let go.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I know that I'm where I need to be.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I am a survivor.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but no one holds that against me.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but my scars are a part of my beauty.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I will base my growth upon them.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I will surmount them.
I may have had some hard things in my past, but I really like no bake cookies.

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