Technically, it’s two suitcases, a backpack, and a large box I’m still seeking out. All the equivalent of four suitcases Amtrak allows. In one month, I’ll decide what goes in these spaces and expunge the rest of it to friends or donation stores. I’m leaving my life in Philadelphia for good.
Despite its distance in vast darkness, the power of the moon carries our minds back to reality. A reality where the bigger picture makes more sense, even within its own abstraction. As a teenager, I used to scoot halfway onto to the trunk-end ledge of my Mom’s Honda Odyssey (or Mom van) and stare intoSigue leyendo «Using the Power of the Moon to Inspire»
It has nothing to do with part one. Scrambles is just once again, a fitting metaphor for my life and how my mind navigates it.
I can say I’ve gotten it together a bit. I’ve had time to process my choices and the new route I’m going on for the next year and a half. Now I’m figuring out how to move forward.
When you feel figuratively lost, motivation is hard to create. This is how I’ve felt ever since I got home from South Africa.
I just spent a month in South Africa I’m finding it a bit hard to believe, everything that has happened. It all happened so fast. This time traveling was different than in the past.
I write a lot. I write in a journal, I write papers, articles, statuses, captions, blog entries and emails. I write for myself and purposes not for myself. Yet when it comes to writing for myself and others at the same time, I get lost.
It’s easy understand what has kept me from writing again. Looking at this blog, you may think, «What writing is she talking about?» Well, I used to run my own travel and video blog. Check out my old works here.