Would you just look at that Orb?
photo by the uber fantastic capture-er of magic, Lis Hofmann
Apparently I was being held by the sweet lovin' arms of Sedona.
Which is a good thing.
Because Sedona revealed for me a series of moments that has forever changed the way I see myself, and my life.
I look at that photo, and I am amazed at the strength of the person I see there.
That strength surprised me.
But you know what?
I do believe it's time to claim this strength.
Time to be this person, through and through.
Even amidst painful realizations and yucky thoughts.
Sedona took me in her arms and promised to hold the pain of this revealing for me.
She let me know I was safe.
That I could leave it there, with her, to transform it as needed.
I didn't need to drag it all the way back to California with me.
I could experience it all. And be okay.
More than just okay.
I could leave knowing, really deeply knowing,
that every little thing,
is gonna be all right.
Art holds magical powers. Art saves. Art heals.
And this group of women?
I have mentioned them before. And will again, and again, and again.
photo by the super awesome Hansel Solera
They held me too.
And still are.
My Fearless Sisters, you are in very a special place in my heart.
Choosing strength, choosing love.