Tuesday, April 13, 2010


Apr 13, 2010

I was told today that I seemed to be blossoming. It's a strange thing to hear at thirty-two, but a number of much older women, who have known me for a long time, were surprised by a newfound vigor, my enthusiasm, my opportunity, the way I spoke, the clarity in my eyes, the way I smiled, and even my hair. It felt good to be seen as a woman coming to a new fruition.

I feel like a perennial flower in early march, looking towards the warmth of may. I know that with every bloom, also comes an inevitable hibernation as I return to my root stalk in the winter, but I am pleased for now, as i feel the warmth of approaching spring and know that it truly is my time to grow and shine.

No comments:

Post a Comment