Shadows of My Past

Sunday 27th September 2015

I am enjoying this little moment of silence today.  Nothing drives me, nothing demands my time.  I am me and that is enough.

Things are starting to fall into place.  A little trip home last weekend took me down memory lane.

I dropped into Cotswold for a top up of my water pack, the old one was getting, well, old.

Cotswold has become one of my favourite places to meander through, it does not matter the city, I feel it connects me.

Just like when I put on my turquoise Down jacket, I remember sitting shivering (or not so shivering) in a tea hut, snuggled round a yak poo fire hearth, playing cards, spilling tales and weaving memories.  Take me back.

It is a funny thing living a life in different plains.  I feel one part of me is here, and another part of me is there.  I am not sure if I mean ‘there’ to be Belfast, Nepal or both.

I spent my morning googling holiday destinations.  I cannot make up my mind.  Really, there is only one place I want to go back to and that place is Nepal.  It is consuming my thoughts and taking over my ambitions and becoming my number one purpose.  I will go back and I will do something, because I have to.  That is all I really know.

When it’s known, I will tell you.  Until then, I will leave you guessing just that little bit longer.  Please let it happen.

Cross your fingers and toes with me, will you?


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