Tuesday, October 2

The Autumn road to change





I sit here in a dark corner of the second floor bedroom, the rain falls on the tin roof and a kind light makes it's way through two windows. I could apologize for being gone from this place for so long but in truth I have failed myself for the life lived between the last time I posted and now has been beautiful and heartbreaking all at once. My daughter my life has been growing and each day has been a chapter that should have been documented here. All i can do is start today and see how i do.

Yesterday after homeschool group and the chaos of it, something Poet and I will  have to get used to we came home to gather a few things and even though raining i equipped each of us with phones and headed to take photographs. Poet is incredible at noticing things and this new type of adventure that included her having a device to document was not wasted on her. It was so lovely to watch her find what she was attracted to. I felt a peace, something that has eluded me for to long for it to be healthy. Perhaps because nature is changing, the craving for a personal change has quieted in down, only time will tell. The one thing you should know is the love i have for Poet my daughter, is by far the most incredible i have ever felt.

so here i am again.....

7 comments:

Laura said...

Welcome back, Nadia! Good to see your post. 🍁

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

It was like a gift to see your post on my blogroll today! I am so happy that you and Poet are well! Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos. Happy Fall.

Shue said...

I am so glad you are here again with your blog. You are such a talented story teller and I love to hear about your life. Now that Poet is here with you hopefully we will get a glimpse of her too.

Welcome back, love your beautiful pictures.

imidurski said...

Welcome back! I have missed the beauty in your writing and photos.

Liz Woodbury said...

Hello, Nadia!!

Debra Thompson said...

I was so happy to see your blog name in my inbox when I opened it. It felt like an early Christmas present. Your blog helped me during a very dark time in my life. Now that I am in a place of peace and light, I can appreciate your beautiful posts and pictures even more. Welcome back Nadia!

chris said...

Stunning Autumn photos, love the tones, gotta dig out my camera, thanks for the inspiration!