This is today. The first breath of the rest of my life.
No flinching or looking back.
The man came up from the kitchen with a bucket of popcorn and a beer. He said, I just realized down there how much change you’re facing.
It’s intimidating. Thank you. And our eyes plead, please never leave me.
Still me, habits still will cling. While others I’m hanging up in the closet with my winter coat.
I’m full of intention, and with every right, I have expectation.
This is the free fall, the first step, the point of no return. The breaking blessing, my worth every minute and this, is the day it begins.