Heartbreak can be as liberating as it is painful. For the most part, I am okay because I have been distracted. It begins to get tough when I am alone and staring at silence storm its fist at me.
It’s been a month since my 365 project with 11 more to go. It has been bittersweet so far for so many reasons. What is mostly liberating can also sometimes limit you. I hoped that this would help me grow, and it has. But some days, like today, it feels like an obligation. It feels…… Continue reading Day 30 – Turn the page
My hands are still trembling from doing the exact opposite of what I intended to do. I booked my first solo trip for a week to Tasmania. OH-MY-GOD, YES, I DID!
I just wanna feel real love
Feel the home that I live in
Cause I got too much life
Running through my veins
Going to waste
I like my flaws because they make me who I am. I can’t get rid of them but I am going to work on them.
Exactly a year ago, I handed in my resignation to a job I loved very much. In retrospect (pun intended), it was not the job that made leaving difficult, it was the people. More importantly, it was this one person I couldn’t imagine leaving behind. I wasn’t ready to watch her move on with someone else. I felt like a selfish child, not ready or willing to share her mum with her friends.
Over the last few months, I have been so lucky to foster and share a beautiful relationship with one of my mum’s friends. Thirty five years of friendship, and one year of unbiased and unconditional motherhood. If anything, this special relationship has taught me that family is not always blood related.