26 May


So, here I am leaving job two, and about to do some shopping, editing, planning, hopefully eating, getting a stove installed, cleaning, and then bed. It may sound like a lot, but I’m enjoying life.
I am finally in my own apartment. A stepping stone I didn’t even realize I needed. Not until the possibility became real did I see how much it meant to my healing process.

These last few weeks have been a blur. I’ve barely been able to remember where my head is. End of school performances, finals, projects, still getting used to being on tv, and moving. I think I’m ready for a night on the town!

Thankfully, I have one I’d the greatest friends to go out with 🙂

When things start to slow down here, I’ll get more posts up. Albania is being quite the muse.

Love and light my friends.


Posted by on 26/05/2016 in living


2 responses to “Understanding

  1. Kathe Byrne

    26/05/2016 at 12:41


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