Two weeks in a row. Maybe this is something to celebrate? I’m grateful for the inspiration, as I sit on a plane, headed home again–– this time for a long while. I will read other stories and catch up, and I thank all of you who encouraged me this past week. I’ve so missed the positive energy of our FF community. Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for keeping this space positive and open to all. Mazel tov on your fourth anniversary! As always I appreciate honest, constructive feedback.
What She Holds On To, As The Colors Fade
The lush green moss was cool and velvety against my bare breasts. It was a wild and precious moment: pulling up my shirt and lying there, hoping other hikers wouldn’t come along and judge. Those spontaneous moments were exquisite.
The smell of fresh cut grass filled our house, and I inhaled deeply. Happy.
“This move will mean greener pastures for our family,” my beloved told me, just before we left our families. He was always right.
Green has filled my life with joy; I’ve been blessed. Now there is little time left, and these green walls close in on me.
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