I've been stateside for about 2 months, which blows my mind. Yesterday, I had a meltdown. Nothing happened I just a moment of being overwhelmed by it all. I felt like I did 3 years ago when I returned from Ecuador, it was as if I have a huge weight riding on my shoulders and I was just sitting down. How do you take this moment - this gravity - this new truth you've found and share it - use it - honor it? I just tasted the moment for a while and decided that sitting wouldn't do anything more than slowly push me into the ground.
Yet, never forget that a moment it just a moment never heavier nor lighter than the last or next.
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It's apple harvest time in Wenatchee and I'm in full swing of my new role as "Bin Checker" my Grandpa is in his 37th (and last) year of harvest. It's 9 hour days of looking at apples - draining but fulfilling to support family and participate (for a small time) in agricultural work.
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The garden is in full force and that means winter preserving is at full force - canning classes and freezing everything!
and it's fall time. i love fall.
what are you up to?
what do your days consist of?
much love to you all always.