T and T

Trauma and transformation walk hand in hand.  This truth allows me to embrace the broken places in my life, without cursing them but excepting them as a pathway to peace.

Thank you for the lessons I have learned in and through the rooms of recovery.

Ending nine years and entering my tenth, recovering back my past and celebrating my future.

What is it time for me to let go of?

"Getting through transition is not easy, but unlike the change-wall, transition represents a path to follow. To change your attention away from the change-barrier and toward the transition-path, you need to start where the transition itself starts: with letting go of the inner connections, you had to the way things were. The question that always helps you to shift your focus from the change to the transition is, 'What is it time for me to let go of?'"
—William Bridges

  Only two months left until we move the front porch and the family.  Looking at all that is to be gained, while allowing our hearts to feel all that will be lost.  It is time to let go of what was and prepare to step into what is.  Even though our address will be changing our attitude, will not.  We still have a heart for authentic community and we believe that building it starts with one conversation at a time.  We believe that listening well, asking good questions and pausing on purpose throughout the conversation allows for healthy
connections.  We still believe that those connections we make are either for a reason a season or a lifetime.

  As we let go of this time and place, we will hold tight to the memories we have made and the relationships we have established.  We will shift our focus from one front porch to another, leaving space for the new season we are about to enter.