The etymology of the word, break is far more varied than I could have imagined . According to the, Online Etymology Dictionary, its roots include meanings such as; “short interval between spells of work , stroke of luck,to break, shatter, burst; injure, violate, destroy, curtail; break into, rush into; burst forth, spring out; subdue, tame.”
In the midst of redefining myself in this world post separation, it seems as though my healing will involve all of the above descriptors. I am hoping to navigate this time in my life with as much grace and fortitude as I can muster. Somewhere within me is a tiny seed of hope, which although dormant for a long time, is growing every so slightly week by week.
I have always done my most sincere learning and reflection by reading the words and stories that other courageous souls have put to paper. Although, I have no idea what I am doing, hang in there, maybe we can learn something together.
Please feel free to leave comments- they are both motivating and comforting to me. And really, what is the world of blogging without feedback but a hypergraphic form of masturbation?
See, I really DO have a sense of humour too, even if my situation as of late has blotted most of my funnies out.
* all photographs on this blog were taken by me, myself and I. ‘Tis a thrill to incorporate two of my loves in one place; photography and the written word.