Since my surgery, I’ve been sleeping in my living room because my regular sleeping space is up a flight of stairs. A mattress on a futon frame, specifically. It’s worked well under the circumstances, but it is crowded, makes my cats all out-of-sorts, and it just isn’t conducive with great sleep. Over the weekend, a
Healing Neural Pathways
I’ve been silently MIA for about a week since my surgery and the truth is that I planned it this way because I knew I would need time to rest, recover, repair, and just BE. But honestly, I’m feeling impatient with my recovery…I want to do different things than I am able to do now. I
I’ve been focused on what I’m grateful for a lot lately. It’s been a challenging year for most people, and in a variety of ways in which we have been individually and collectively impacted. I am grateful that my loved ones are healthy and safe from Covid-19 so far. Not everyone has been so fortunate.
I felt broken most of my life. I thought I was irreparably broken for decades. I never thought I would feel or experience a sense of wholeness. This feeling was deeply rooted in my old story, and my old story was developed or ‘written by’ other people, my experiences, and my pain. That feeling of