In 2005, while visiting Philippines to attend a wedding. Lloiden has a bizarre dream about a man with a complexion that matched hers—a man she was certain was her father. The dream disturbed her and made her wonder why she would dream about another man being her father.
The very next day, a relative reveals that she’d heard a rumor that Jack was not Lloiden’s father. Bewildered on the timing and shocked by the news. Unwanted memories came flooding back.
In the blink of an eye, she was twelve years old again, reliving the shock of when her cousin revealed that Ed, the man she knew as her father, was not her real father. Those words triggered a whirlwind of emotions and summoned old faces of fear.
Faced with a decision that may upend her life, she decides to confront her mother. Her mother insists that Jack is Lloiden’s real father. Although she wanted to believe her mom, something inside her told her to look further.
A deep yearning to find the answers, Lloiden embarks on a journey to solve the mystery about her father. Guided by a divine presence, her quest takes her to a beautiful island in the Philippines, to a cozy house in North Carolina and to the footsteps of the Grand hotel, in Stockholm Sweden.
Enough is a decades-long story rooted to know the truth. It sheds light on the complex mother daughter relationship. And explores the internal struggles that shapes one sense of self. It is a heartfelt story about the power of perseverance, of embracing oneself, and of finding the courage to follow one’s dream.
Enough represents different seasons of my life.
My girlhood when I felt I wasn't Enough.
My early adulthood when I had Enough.
My womanhood when I realized I AM Enough.
“Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it, she stands up for all women." Maya Angelou