Letters to Tuvia#247: Yes, the kid in me lives!(6-12-16)

Morning T,

It’s a great morning to be up and out but first just I  need to catch you up on my Saturday.

I’ve been in my head for the last few days feeling some new tensions.  Maybe June is having its power over me as I remember how hard this month was when I was still teaching.  The end of a school, the beginning of summer… so much push and pull.  So much push and pull now as we come to the end of a our first year apart in August.

So much has happened…

But I’m still me, T. and my silly  is showing  itself at will, more lately.  The lightness in my step is returning as I wonder how I get back to joy, to happy…

Yesterday I pushed myself to walk at the river and and it was great!

The afternoon ride into the city to meet up with James for a walk, for dinner, for good conversation, planning a shared season of theater at the Signature Theater.

Even though yesterday was filled with that familiar push and pull… there was lightness..


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