Now I will tell you

The ride home was uneventful. I opted to spend more time having fun on the ground than on the road figuring my way back so I took the interstate highway. I found it to be a wonderful opportunity to reflect on everything. The new things I am discovering about myself and about life. I have been going through such transformation but it keeps turning out to be based on me following my deepest urges. I am what I always was I’ve just rejected mental conditioning, other than that I choose for myself. I appreciate being able to share my experiences with you. Its amazing to keep pulling back the layers and realizing how caged we can be and not even know it. Now I will tell you. Both to and fro I had very vivid visions of completing this journey in different cycles as different individuals many times. I have a deeper understanding of my role in everything. Thank you for sharing, thank you for being. This was a great sound for the mental mashup of us traversing east coast USA. ♥


The garden

I crossed the state line and into chill mode. I sat and watched the world with my grandma as she talked about the people in town, all of whom she knows. I laughed till I ached acted goofy with cousins aunts and uncles. I confided in and cared for my sister who was feeling a bit under the weather when I arrived. She recovered quickly and I had my partner in crime back. I spent much time at the lake as I always do when I’m in Bennettsville, working on my body meditating taking in color and inspiration. This was life until I set out for New England again.






Then the sun returned

Morning rose on Maryland and Virginia, a golden glow warmed the world again. Although I had gotten not a wink of sleep I was refreshed by a good stretch at a gas station in Baltimore. The morning revived me and I felt the hazy perplexity of a tired mind break. So I spent the morning hours traveling thorough to North Carolina and the afternoon making my way to Charlotte. Around 1 pm the missed sleep came back with vengeance. I was overtaken by a powerful lethargy and mild delirium mere miles from my destination. I arrived barely in touch with my body. I slept deeply for many hours, then I made lego houses. I spent 3 days with my parents and little brother.

IMG_2217Leesburg VA.

Charlotte was full of moments with my immediate family and closest friends. I took in a festival and shared warm moments with those whom I have the closest relationships. It was difficult to move ahead but I was excited to connect with other loved ones and to feel the peace balance and connection with deepest self that come with being home in the truest sense. It was time to head to South Carolina.