What do I want to do? I mean really do?
It’s a weird thing to wake up at 50 and realize you finally have the time and resources to ask yourself that question. The clarity to see that it’s not selfish to do so.
The excitement to discover that you love yourself enough.
What makes me happy? Fulfills me? Serves me? What are my passions and life goals?
Am I living a true and authentic life while doing the best I can to love and help others?
Learning from the patterns of generations that came before me. Recognizing and being willing to talk about them out loud.
I come from a long line of women who didn’t love themselves enough. Who didn’t allow other people to love them. They chose hard lives and hard living which resulted in a lot of bad relationships, of all kinds.
Generations of family who struggled knowing how to be family because of the inability to be self reflective without judgement, to love and be loved without fear. To trust each other.
I’m gifting myself and my children and grandchildren a new heritage. I want to be open to everything this life has to offer.
What do I want to do. Love. I want to do Love.