Moving back to Medford, soon!

Today, I’m sorting out what’s important in my mind. After an interesting test on alignment shows I’m *coughs* neutral good…. I realize that I’ve been suppressing something that’s been inside me all this time. A growing urge to be something more than just chaotic (at least by the mainstream definition of the word.) Now, I suppose I have to act the part.
I’m going back home to Medford in the next two weeks. Living in Marshfield has been good yet there’s more of my life that I need to work on that I can’t do within these walls. Moving back to Medford is important for me. It tells me I’m ready to accept the past, move on and make the best of a life that’s unfolded into something more beautiful than I’ve ever imagined. It’s the life I said I wanted, instead of the life I was forcing into existence. I’ve got good folks in my life and whereas I did make some bad decisions regarding those I trusted in the past, my eyes are open to not making the same mistakes again. I don’t regret it though, it was all for something and the biggest thing that leaving in the first place meant was finding people I could trust AND trusting my own instincts.
I learned to be my own hero. Not to wait for others to intervene and to be alright with being a leader. For so long, I just wanted someone else to take the reigns. It was messed up to ever believe that anyone could lead MY destiny better than myself. I know what I want and need to do more than anything and once I get settled in Medford, I’ll begin pursuing that interest with all of my heart and soul.
The place still needs work. It still needs help. I’m confident I can do the work myself and if I can’t, I’ve got some fantastic folks behind me to help me out. I am very thankful for the Tribe at Deeply Rooted Church. I am also thankful to the land at DR for the healing you’ve done upon my soul. Thank you.

Published by Shining Quill of Deeply Rooted

I've been dedicated to Paganism and Earth Magick for 18+ years since Mabon 1999. I am a writer, an artist, and a student of nature.

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