I’ll See You Down The Road

Once again, Cheryl Oreglia touches my heart with her fantastic writing. Another must-read blog post that we can all identify with.

Living in the Gap

The view from my bed…

“Mother is a word we use for an angel with wings of love.” Apollo M

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After watching an arresting movie last night, Nomadland, which left me feeling hollow and hallowed, I laid down with these intimate notions who spooned me as I dreamt, they were still with me in the early morning when the dew was fresh, and the light sublime.

Hollow and hallowed are strange bedfellows but as I see it people can both struggle and remain upbeat simultaneously, “through even the most soul-testing of challenges,” says Jessica Bruder.

I’ve spent time with these emotions, especially after the death of my parents, I was completely wrecked, but somehow comforted by a community who rallied around me as if numbers on a clock, reminding me minute by minute that I am not alone, that I am loved, that I can allow joy to…

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21 thoughts on “I’ll See You Down The Road

    1. Thank you Fraggle, I was watching a woman discuss the power of words yesterday, she said they had enormous energy and influence, and to choose our words wisely. So maybe words are having their way with us! Hugs, C

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