Letting Go Is Hard

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Everyone seems to be saying their goodbyes to 2018 and declaring their ambitions and aspirations for the year ahead. I am not.

I said one of the biggest goodbyes of my life on Tuesday 11th December 2018. I have not yet contemplated any big plans for my future except to press on in my goal of returning to my home and career as an international volunteer.

In Adelaide, Australia…I believe it is about midnight now. I wonder what Goldfinch is doing and who he is with. So long as he is happy. That’s all I want for him – this year, next year – every day of every year of forever.

I shall look back on 2018 as a very beautiful year made very special by a gorgeous Goldfinch who flew into my life and flew out again. No matter what happens in the future, I will always have a part of me clinging to the myriad of exquisite memories I have.

11 thoughts on “Letting Go Is Hard

    1. Thank you Alice. Still feeling a little lost without Goldfinch . I skipped through last year in a wonderful bubble of joy. Hope you have had a wonderful time with your family during the holidays.

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