Ohana

I’ve been thinking and chatting about why life kept me back from leaving when I wanted.

And the answer came when I turned up at my parents and realised that for right now, this is where I need to be.

So , I will be enjoying the many wonderful stories my dad and mum have of their childhood and time just hanging with them and hopefully giving them both a little bit of respite. I will get up every day and enjoy the beach.

My parents have a love for each other that I have not encountered in my own relationships, but I certainly hope that someday, someone will indeed adore me like my dad and mum adore and love each other.

What I will stop doing, though, is staying or starting a relationship that isn’t love or settling for less. I always thought that I was a failure if I walked away. Now I know I’m not. Life is good and keeps getting better.

A little deep, I know, but oversharing is my superpower.

#ohana #family #mumanddad

The Manning River

It’s hard to believe in coincidence, but it’s even harder to believe in anything else.

John Green

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