Sometimes being 1100 miles away from family can feel liberating. Other times, you just miss your goofy brother.
I think we’re all trying to become more comfortable with who we really are in life, and it’s inspiring to see friends put themselves out there like this to demonstrate their journey. In the battle between staying cool and being authentic, authentic always wins in the long run. Great post Kelly.
A year ago today, give or take a day perhaps, I met a person I would soon come to think would be in my life for quite some time.
That estimation in time was proven false, and as it was I happened to fall more deeply into the practice of yoga. It was kind of like realizing I was actually madly in love with a best friend I had all along.
It’s been a transformative relationship, not without its own ups and downs.
Sometimes friends will ask me, “How do you do yoga every day?” Would you ask a newlywed couple how they bear the sight of each other every day? I guess maybe that’s my answer.
A year ago I thought I’d met someone who’d be in my life for a while, and then one Monday they let me go, to find the person who’d be in my life forever: myself.
That moment when everyone around the table is giving you advice on how to better live your life, and you feel horrible, but still smile because they’re doing it to help you out.
Missouri Capitol. (at Missouri Capitol Building)
A couple with the flag. #indianapolis (at Soldiers & Sailors Monument)
This week has the potential to have some very good things happen and some very bad. Like almost all events that involve high emotion, family is involved, and decisions that decide my fate for the next few months.
I hope all goes well.