One year, five months ago the gravity around me changed.
The gravitational pull that grounds me to the Earth increased.
Where once I could walk freely, now taking every step is work. There’s so much additional pressure pushing me to the ground.
I had a reminder come up on my phone this morning that two years ago today we were at the Red Woods.
There, surrounded by the largest trees we’d ever seen, the kids ran through the forest.
I remember walking across a log. It was a little scary. I could do it though because gravity was less heavy.
I remember lifting Rory onto a log so she could climb along with her brothers. Before she got scared and jumped right back down. And I could lift her because she was there. And life wasn’t so weighty.
I remember Rory running and standing in front of Lance and I when we asked one of the boys to take a picture of us. We shrugged. We were happy to have her in a picture with us. Happy is something that came easier when gravity didn’t have such a pull.
This new existence takes me to my knees. The new gravitational pull tries to keep me there.
Luckily, I have the love, prayers, and strength of those around me, and those above, that lift me up.
So much love to you all.