All is quiet today. It’s Easter Monday. And the end of my Lenten journey. And for the first time, perhaps, ever, I feel completely ok with that. You see, I often feel a sense of melancholy and guilt at the end of the Lenten season + Easter week. I think it’s because I have always..
hey you guys! it’s spring up here in the northern hemisphere! or… not. the date says that it is spring. the weather? not so much. it’s trying to be spring here in sweden, but it’s taking foreeeeever. as usual. that’s how the seasons roll up here in the nordic countries. winter is gone (though snow..
easter in sweden is a big deal. not necessarily because of the religious reasons, but because it is a long weekend holiday, and the first real celebration in the spring. like the united states, easter is right up there with christmas. there are traditions, decorations, and typical swedish things that you can count on seeing..
I had this feeling of letting go. On Saturday, I sat on the floor, meditating, and I felt that it was time to let go of Asheville. Not that Asheville is not still the place where my heart feels full, because it is. But, to let go of the ways that I am trying to..