Wednesday, April 11, 2012

i am...

I am grounded. On solid footing. {most some of the time}

I am a lover of film. A worshiper of Polaroid.

I am Converse tennis shoes and magnolia petals on a Spring day.

I am a worrier who trusts that the Universe is unfolding exactly as it should.

I am a cancer survivor.

I am a journaler, a traveler, a lover of connection.

I am an East Coaster transplanted to the Midwest longing for the West Coast.

I am playing with paint and mixed media. Making up for lost time.

I am a planner, and organizer, a do-er.

I am the one who was always in trouble for talking in school.

I am more and more comfortable in my skin every day.

I am practicing. Every day. Practicing.

As I reflected on this post, and then wrote it, I realized that we all are so many things. There are simply a million parts to each and every one of us. And all of those pieces combine to make up who we are, a whole that is infinitely greater than the sum of its parts. I got to thinking about jan_clickr and all the parts that make up who she is. I was so grateful that she shared this part of herself with all of us.

Meghan of Life Refocused

pensive by jan_clickr


Kirstin said...

So simple and so wonderfully effective. I must keep practising to look for the simplicity in life too.

Holly ~ Soupatraveler said...

Meghan, I LOVE this post!!!! I always got in trouble for talking in school too!!! I'd get sent against the wall in 1st grade as soon as I opened my mouth, lol damn Mrs. Kieser's sharp eyes that bee-otch! I 've learned so many things about you here and I just want to keep on learning more :)

Corinna said...

So so great.

urban muser said...

love love love this post!

Alison Bents said...

Amen, and again, amen. Thank you for this.

Debra said...

Meghan I LOVE this. I'm inspired to write my own list. So often we (I) can focus on what I am *not* that to take some time to list a few of the things I am (we are), even if they are things we're working on, is so very great. xo

Anna said...

This brought tears to my eyes, in the best possible way. Thank you for making me pause

Lindsey Garrett said...

I love this Meghan!!! Poignant and beautifully illustrated.

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