I burst into tears.
I walked into my studio yesterday and burst into tears.
I had just been making a cup of tea and when I bought it back into the studio I saw the light streaming in and hitting the desk that I had pulled under the window to sit at and write.
On the weekend the studio had been used for Campfire, all morning I had been using it for a movement practice and then there I was sitting in the sunlight writing.
I couldn’t believe how lucky I was to have this space to do these amazing things in. I was overwhelmed with gratitude and I cried.
That’s never happened to me before.
I had been through a huge 3 days and then had one night without sleep across the weekend so all my defences were down.
But these were genuine tears of joy.
Of course now I am worried it is all going to be taken away. That I don’t deserve this and that bad luck must just be around the corner. Waiting for the proverbial shoe to drop.
Even if that happens I will be so pleased that I had this time to do the things I am doing now.
The only thing I can do is to continue to nurture all the things I have been nurturing and then hope for the best.
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