Friday, September 23, 2011

Mabon: What I am letting go

This year has been all about big changes in our life. In a way, its a small death. I've given up a job I loved, moved 200 miles away from the place I grew up, have given birth to our son, my daughter changing schools, etc... I know this change is right, but it isn't easy.

So I am giving up the life I had in Kentucky. For the first time, I am no longer 10 minutes away from my mother. Now let me explain, that I have a love/hate kind of relationship with my mother. She gets on my nerves, but I still love her.

I already know that it will be about a year before we start seeing our change come to fruition. Were more than halfway through now. We just have to keep our head up and keep pushing forward. I hope in the end, its worth it.

I think Mabon is a good time to sit back and notice the good things in life. To be thankful for what we have, to let go of what is toxic in our life. I can't say there is a lot of toxic things in our life at the moment. Despite living with my In laws we all get along fairly well. What drama does come up, I try to stay out of.

So I am thankful for my family, my friends, and thankful that I am finally getting back to my writing. Its a creative outlet I've missed!

Have a wonderful Mabon,

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  1. That sounds about like me six months ago! But I was really happy when I moved from my mother. She was very controlling and not very helpful when it came to small things!

  2. My mom lives right next door!!!! I completely understand! :)
    I added you to my blog list. I lost some links when I tried to fix my blog layout.

  3. Oh no Witchy Mama. I definitely wouldn't have my sanity if I lived right next door to my mother! Thanks for the comment. :)



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