Sunflower has been living with a friend and her family for a few weeks while she is waiting to move into her new house.
My last night at Solidity’s. One important thing I have learned through all of this is how valuable it is to take people up on their offers of help. I could never have managed without my friends and I really do know who they are, and I appreciate their friendship. Because I have friends that I can rely on, I know that I will always be safe. I understand this explicitly now and it has been really good for me to be vulnerable and to be able to let go and trust other people around me to take care of me – and they have. It could have been tense here, but it hasn’t been. There is a serenity. I didn’t know that families could live together with such little conflict. There has always been conflict at home – except when I lived on my own with Dance and Song. That’s the only time I have found peace.
2 thoughts on “Diary of a Sunflower: 9 July, year 2”
A wonderful experience
Great to be accepted and loved
I heard of an order of monks who have buttons at the back of their cloaks , so the are reminded that they need other people
Careful of Ciara storm
Crikey, buttoned up the back? I’m not sure I would like that. And I hope you are well. X