Some views, some settings, some compositions and some moments move too fast, while leaving an imprint that may never fade. These inversions act like that, too, too impermanent, too, too memorable.
Much of the last ten years has felt this way. For 20 years life was on one trajectory; parenting, educator, partner. Certain excuses were made, appreciated milestones reached, and at a point the connection was gone. A new set of paths were started, and unexpected opportunities have been presented. In all, the constancy of Andrew and Tanner, staying consistent with a career and living into my own milestones were part of the landscape. I can attest to the notion that in ten years, what will matter is how you lived, and what you’ve learned. Finding the point to be still, that is something I have learned.