Mastering yoga takes time….In the beginning I wanted too much too soon…I ended up hurting myself. You need to let your body tell you when.. Let your body guide you. Hard work and discipline really pay off. Yoga is also about meditation. Reflecting about your life, your growth. Its about self forgiveness and loving yourself.
I’m a woman who runs with the wolves..They represent so much of how I feel, Of what I want in life. Duality…Following your heart, gut and female intuition. Soft, wholesome girl and the wild passionate women inside..Play and love. Instinct and challenge. Home and adventure. First, I want to be able to not only live, but thrive, on my own and with someone. Being alone has a way of guiding you to those creaky, cobwebby, eggshelly places in our being. To Be in it, truly without attachment or dependency. Sharing my life with someone..being loved and love in return..also let me evolve and grow into a stronger person. I am so thankful for the special souls in my world who have been here with me, walked this path, together, with love and respect, with complete allowance and acceptance. I am equally grateful for the lessons learnt through great heart ache and pain. Lessons I learned from immense love and passion. This is what I know: in this life, a steady love, and a place to call home, are far more precious than any earthly possessions or wealth in this world. I will use what I have for growth, change for others and myself. My grandparents gave me that gift and I will pay it forward! I’ve been loved and left heartbroken, alone and together…May this next chapter be one of wild love, adventure, and most of all ..home.
She is made. She is deliberately forged by something mysterious. She is created for a purpose. She spends all her life seeking, for there is nothing else worth doing. She peers and gazes until she falls from the edge of the world, and into the next. Over and over.
Each time she returns, she is a little different. What she sees must change her. She dies every day. She is reborn in every moment. Can you even begin to fathom the terror and the faith commanded from such a being? Can you even begin to understand what such a life can do?
“And I was running far away, would I run off the world someday? Nobody knows, nobody knows. And I was dancing in the rain, I felt alive and I can’t complain. But now take me home, take me home where I belong… I can’t take it anymore.”
Although we don’t watch the show anymore, we still have place in our hearts for Teen Wolf; it was one of our first online fandoms, and there are friends we’ve made because of it that we’d never have otherwise.
“Run” was the first piece of fanart we drew for the show, and it
still remains one of my favorite pieces to this day. While sorting through prints to bring to ECCC, I found a single, slightly crumpled copy. I thought about ordering another for our workroom, but in the five years and two computers since we drew it, the original file was lost.
So, we decided it was time to give it a tune-up (as much as I love the original, the wolves looked pretty bad XD)