The comfort of a cozy home where we can lay our head peacefully. Comfort in food, clothing, clarity of mind, and a good health to see us through the terrain that lies ahead. Comfort in the arms of a love that stretches beyond infinity, a love that know no boundaries.
There is safety in feeling comfortable in our own skin. I am sinking into that thought once again. I'm about to put an enormous amount of trust in myself ... a self love project. We have all been through things. In the past, I have been brought to my knees in pain, anger, gratitude, lust, and forgiveness. Now I drop down and pray for the discipline I will need to sink into a new comfort zone. There is comfort in that too. It feels safe.
*I am ready to work. I just finished two beautiful photo sessions and I am lit up with enthusiasm for more! My sweet spots are women & couples. Are you a maker, do you want to capture yourself now to look back on later, or does your romance crave documentation? You deserve all of this and more.
Friday began with a sunrise that was like no other, but this was the same sun that rises every morning. How is it that each one is different. Some are muted by clouds yet some are the most majestic sight I've ever witnessed. And each time, they are different. My faith lies in the light. It is what keeps me alive, regret and remorse left behind in the day before.
In between then and this morning, much has happened. My weekends are usually quiet, spent alone, or with a friend. But once in a while, I have to make appearances to say "hello" and mingle with my community. I spent time at church on Friday night and it was good to reconnect with old friends. Sunday, I had my crew of girls over that are planning a reunion with me. It was overwhelming and loud for this HSP introvert - but my friend said it beautifully - why label yourself? Just flow with what you're feeling. I was feeling sensory overload and they knew it, but I was up front about it and they understood. I didn't have to put on any airs, all I had to do was just to be myself - and that was that.
That was about 6 hours of my day yesterday. When they left, I breathed a sigh of relief that I survived it, grabbed my camera and buzzed down to the lake to see this blood moon, super moon everyone was talking about.
I'm looking forward to a much quieter week. How was your weekend? xx