In summary…

Coming home is a bittersweet symphony, especially at this time of year with birthdays and summer lovin’ to have me a blast. Coming home changes everything and the little bubble we were living in for our month of bliss had to burst at some point… within minutes of saying goodbye the thought, “Well what do I do now” came to my head. Expecting to hear the voice I had heard so often every day for month responding. I was so disappointed to have to answer for myself… “You have to settle back into reality.”

But things have changed in such a wonderful way and life is developing at such a fast rate that I take a look at my over-flowing plate and I cannot wonder whether it is half full or empty for there is no room in it to wonder at all. But then I see a lifetime of time ahead for me and I know that each of these steps will come in their own sweet time and I should enjoy their build up as well as their passing equally and with equal anticipation.

I see my world evolving in front of my eyes and although I am scared… scared is the human reaction to all that is new… I am also excited for the new world I see hovering just ahead of me. Who knows how it will all pan out, but with everything I am lending my ear/ hand/ foot/ heart to, I am giving one hundred percent of myself and may I win or lose I will remember these days as being some of the happiest and most fulfilled of my life.

Funny how life happens when you were busy taking a break from it.

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About channahboo

I was once a Yorkshire lass, I guess I still am, but after moving to London and then on to Tel Aviv, New York and then back to Tel Aviv again, I wonder how much of the Yorkshire lass is left. The adventure continues and although many see my life as an extended episode of Seinfeld (you are free to laugh), I can also empathise with the Buddhist thought of life as our punishment. I guess the important part is the love that you carry with you through life’s journey and my back often feels the joyous strain of the weight of the love I carry.
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2 Responses to In summary…

  1. Becky says:

    i love this uplifting blurb!

  2. Becky says:

    i love this uplifting blurb. 🙂

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