Change is the one thing we can be sure of: sometimes
chosen, other-times thrust upon us. Change bulldozed me at
14 when my Dad died. After kicking and screaming my way
through the pain, I chose to get married at 22 and at 23 my
son was born and this change remains etched joyously on my
Seismic change came in my 30’s when my Mum’s
terminal cancer collided with a betrayal of the life
2 people had chosen. In time I accepted my pain and grew stronger,
hunkering down, raising my kids and never losing faith in my belief
in ‘the power of possibilities.’
At 45 it was time to carve change for a future I still
believed I deserved and I moved to live on another continent,
closer to my roots.
I have sought and found a life I cherish every day.
The pace is slower: more considered and in balance with
what I need today which is quite different on some levels
to what I needed when I was younger.
Change is inevitable and as our world evolves – we change with it.
Have a great weekend.