Thank you to everyone following our love journey and adding your wonderfull wisdom to our lives.
Last weekend I helped David move out of his lake home in Massachusetts and in with me in San Francisco. I could write a lot all about all the hilarious and sobering practical aspects of sharing a smaller space, and revising rooms as well as the shock of blending lives in the material world after just 7 months of knowing each other.
Instead I’m writing to you now about how MUCH the heart holds and how well loved we both feel and are, and how glad I am that I said YES, and keep saying yes to this marvelous messy middle love adventure.
Since we are made of stardust, then I am the whole galaxy dancing.
I am sending this love to you all- in whatever forms love takes for you~
I wrote a short tribute to David & to Love, and you can read it below. Let me know how love is moving in your life, and who and what you’re appreciating right now.
A Tribute to David + to Love
Thank you for:
•Eagerly asking to hear my fears and feelings every day, and then deeply listening and helping me to alchemize them
•Openly sharing your fears and allowing me to help you alchemize them, and exclaiming in the middle of our process, “Oh no! Someone is witnessing my insanity!”
•Being exquisitely kind to me even when I’m feeling crabby- and trusting my general buoyancy when I assess that I’m less than my best
•Finding my “less than my best” pretty great and meeting my authentic self with love every time
•Commandeering my cell phone when I got overwhelmed by texts from my friends about plans for socializing with them. And knowing me well enough to communicate on my behalf, and making simple and perfect decisions about our time and availability
•Intimately knowing my soul and reflecting it back to me so eloquently
•Patiently adapting to my unique schedule and lifestyle, all while maintaining your strong connection to God and your amazing creativity
•Praying, meditating, breathing, cooking, romancing, laughing, creating, lovemaking, singing, dancing, crying, and alchemizing extensively- and doing it all with grace and presence
•Holding me while I cry
•Helping me to invent my new life while we are living it together
•Marveling at my creations and studying what most nourishes my creative life
•Activating the deepest laughter I’ve ever experienced
•Creating space for me to continue grieving and loving non physical John too
•Living a REAL LIFE honeymoon with me every day
Thank you for being you, with me being me. Thank you to infinity and then back again.
And thank you to all of our friends and family, who called, texted, showed up, beamed in, and surrounded us with love, practical help and support- we appreciate it and YOU!