“Every traveler has a home of his own, and he learns to appreciate it the more from his wandering.”
― Charles Dickens
I don’t know at exactly what moment I started feeling happy again or how even. I was so caught up in knowing what I did wrong, that being happy was the least of my concerns. Hearing my laughter sound genuine for the first time in what seemed like forever, took me by surprise, so much that I even started crying. I know, I know, I sound like a total cry baby. But to be completely honest, I am. I cry every single time I see “The Fault in Our Stars”, and I’ve seen that movie like 10 times. If it helps my case it’s always on a different part of the movie each time.
Feeling happy again wasn’t the only thing that I took my time on, knowing what to do with this blog was also a really tough decision. When I started writing back a year and a half ago I had so many ideas and directions for the blog and then, everything went dark. I turned into a 2006 emo version of myself, not my brightest days. Truth is, I am not the same person I was almost 10 years ago, nor am I the person I was last year. As cheesy at it sounds, this last year I’ve taken time and focused on me. What I am extremely grateful for more than anything from this last year, is getting know me once again, and deciding the person I want to be. With all these new self-discoveries, I have found that passion I’ve always had for writing.
Let’s face it, writing is probably the best sort of therapy I will ever get, and I am okay with that. I am really excited to see where this next year takes me. In the midst of it all, I am exciting to be writing about it. After all, writing has been and will always be my first love. This is my home…. I am HOME.
‘Till next time, your Favorite Geek and Chic,