The road has not been a perfectly smooth once since winning Miss Arizona, it has had its highs and some lows, but I chose to focus on the positive and me, myself, and I. To embrace those that support and respect me and to cut lose those that do not. The past 3 months have flown by so quickly and I have poured my heart and soul into preparing for Miss Gay America, but this does not mean that I forgotten who I am and the state I represent. I have some things in the works and upon my return from Nashville, win or lose; I will be putting these items into action and giving back. I will be asking for you to stand by me and assist me in these so together, as one community, we can give back as one. I look forward to these events and I hope you do as well. Keep your eyes open for more info to come.
I want to leave you this month with some words of wisdom that were passed down to me and really rings true for me. Someone once told me, it doesn’t matter if you are the most popular or have the fanciest things in life. What matters is who you are inside and who you are in your heart. I really do believe this to be true and I can tell you to never let anyone else decide who you are and if you are worthy or not. Always stay true to who you are in your heart and the rest will come to you naturally.
I love you and here's to bringing the national crown home to Arizona
Grecia Montes D'Occa
Miss Gay Arizona America 2014