As I look back on the last month or so, I am just so amazed with how this new way of living has changed me. I am but a student to this amazing and gentle teacher. She has been gracious and oh so very much patient with me as I continue to learn from her.
It may be in the flow of a gentle stream or in the cackle of morning birds, the voice of nature is irrefutable and undeniable. Today I woke up before the sun did here in our comfy car in a Wal-Mart parking lot in Northern Utah and I could not help but think about how many new vistas, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, newfound perspectives on life and most importantly how many new opportunities to love Mark have been so mercifully given to me.
I have been able to begin refocus my passion for telling stories through my lens and the experiences that Mark and I encounter along the way. What I have come to realize is that the frustrations are just as important and crucial to this journey as the joys and triumphs are.
We are here to let go of the baggage that hinders us and weighs us down both emotionally and spiritually and I am so grateful that I have been given a second, third and fourth and fifth chance.