My life for the last two months has really been about two things:
- Feeling better, trying to find a way to live, leaning towards health and not choosing the same old coping mechanisms (that have served me "well" up until now). And,
- General Convention.
Well, General Convention is here. I am doing hard and good work for IntegrityUSA and Episcopalians for Global Reconciliation also known as E4GR. If you are on twitter, please consider following me and the work I am up to at @integrityusa and @e4gr (and @swancommarachel). In addition–I get to hang with some of my most favorite peeps in the whole world, the Young Adult Festival folks. I am teaching an Anglican prayer bead workshop with and for them.
I am guessing I won't get to tell a whole lot of stories of my own in the next two weeks–although I am hoping I am wrong.
About feeling better–well what can I say–its a slow road. It is hard work. I feel like it is on hold while I am here in Anaheim. But what I am doing is eating well, and walking, which are a few things that I am building into this new way of being healthy. Two of many.
Another practice of leaning into feeling better? I am holding dearly to the memory of my baby sisters visit last week and the week before, I think it may be some of the best memories we have had together so far. She is amazing and beautiful.
See? Just a few snaps from our time, ones that deserve much more storytelling to them. So, next post.
Thanks for letting me ramble on.