Moving forward

p1000449_fotor Shanara knows how to handle change – just find a huge horse ball in the pasture, appropriate it and play with it to the point of near-insanity. In other words, ignore everything except fun.

I’ve been noticing my feelings at odd times throughout the day. In my restless, waking sleep last night, I constantly woke to the feeling of big sadness at leaving what has been my home for many years. I love this place: the sunshine, the warmth, the open spaces, the easy access to trails, the weather – well, nothing I haven’t mentioned before.

Stronger than those feelings, is the sense of inevitability – just moving ahead. This happens in life, over and over. We set wheels in motion and then get on for the ride.I have no idea how I will feel in a few days’ time when I drive back to the property and see it again.

I have flashes of excitement.

Today, as I drove home from shopping, I felt a real taste of how much I’ll miss Simon. But we have a strong commitment to each other – we may be apart physically, but spiritually, we are inexorably connected.

Tomorrow, I am hiking in Strathcona. Nothing does my soul better.
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About goodyniosi

Writer, avid(!!!) hiker - living life to the fullest. Love, life, bliss - getting high on getting high (in the alpine that is)
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2 Responses to Moving forward

  1. Annette Preston says:

    I was catching up on you and now you are moving. Where are you moving to?? Miss your beautiful pictures…LOL

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