Sunshine

My family has had a lot of challenges over the last few years, traumatic births, deaths, relationship breakdowns, health worries, house moves, money challenges – you know what I mean – General stinking hard work life!! Personally the season of life is changing for me, I can see the glimmer of light through the clouds. I can’t yet feel the sunlight’s warmth but I know it won’t be long till I do and the sky is already looking brighter over my head.

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Life hasn’t changed I’m still facing more challenges than some days I feel is fair for a human to cope with. Some days my heart still feels heavy for my family and friends burdens.

I have changed though and it’s that change, that’s making these challenges all the more manageable.

This hasn’t been a crazy ‘bang’ moment of awakening, this hasn’t been a retreat filled weekend of meditation, this hasn’t been an injection of money or an influx of support for these challenges I face. This has been a slow and gradual acceptance of what I’m capable of, this has been an inward look at my character and my strengths and weakness’. Call it a personal appraisal, and I’ve been the supervisor and the employee all at once.

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It’s not easy sometimes to question who you are, where you’ve come from and where you’re going but I now feel it’s important. To re-evaluate those goals, to check on our own workload and make changes in our surroundings. I know it’s not always possible to make big changes, our responsibilities can sometimes dictate our place in the world.

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We can however change our internal thoughts processes, adapt our personal goals and how we value ourselves. I’m sure with a few tweaks and adjustments you too can see a glimmer of sunshine even on the days when the world seems determined to try you.

Kerry x

Lewis and Haase Queen

Read more from Kerry at her blog: Charlie's Upside Down Again