Is pretty much how I feel.
I want to scream it at the top of my lungs, but I don’t think people would thank me for it.

Until yesterday I still didn’t let myself think I was going.  How many hurdles have there been to get here?

Until yesterday, I was rushing around trying to get various bits of paperwork and other garbage sorted for work.

Today, I am calm.  There is nothing more calming than an imminent trip.

Packing this morning was uneventful.  I really didn’t know what to bring.  All my Indian outfits from 3 years ago no longer fit.  All my western outfits are either too warm for the hot weather or not appropriate.

It resulted in a fashion show of my entire wardrobe, not much it would transpire in the end.

I’ve done that thing of trying to sort and tidy the house for when I get back.  Like I know a clean slate is needed.

It’s a wedding really, but every day of my one week trip I will be on the move, travelling and meeting various family members.  This is the bit I cannot predict.

But for now, I ease into my routine and allow the world to fall away.

 I am soaring today.  

Here, you cannot touch me.


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