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Sometimes we need to hit our personal reset button.
We let go of our schedules, close our eyes, and breathe in the moment.
We slide back into friendships forged long ago, supportive and loving.
We don’t think about taking photos of food, or posting on Twitter.
When we return it’s as though nothing, and everything, has changed.
I recently applied for a job I would have adored. Right before vacation I found out I didn’t get it, and it was in the back of my mind the next two weeks. As I stoked our campfire in Missouri, I pondered what my next move would be. I pondered it the entire drive back home to Austin. And I’m still pondering it. My “More than Words” post contained a hint of the unsettled feeling I’ve had about blogging these past few months. I’m on this precipice, edging my toe out over the unknown expanse, but afraid to step fully ahead.
I’m not sure what will happen in the next few months, but I hope you’ll stick around and be ready to greet me when I fly or fall.