This is where I am right now. THE REVISION CAVE.
Wow! That is a gorgeous revision cave 🙂
I especially love seeing the tree branches outside the window. It’s perfect for a person with a heart for all living things, especially trees….you! The branches remind me that it is okay to write in all directions, to sometimes feel that we are going in the “wrong direction.” Somehow everything is connected to the deep roots that hold the whole together—-the world, life, memory, today, and tomorrow…it’s a book.
Love this, Martha. So well said, and so true. I think we come to the truths in our stories only when we give ourselves room to fail.
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