A bit of a life roundup.
Its been a little while since my last post and so many things have changed.
If you are uninterested in the past circumstances and more curious about what I am up to and where I am now, skip this post and hop right on over to my Panama post!
My sweet adopted Grandmother Joan passed away in May and my mom asked me to come sing at her funeral with my brother. Checked flights and they were ridiculously pricey so quickly ruled out the possibility of coming home even though it was what my heart wanted and I was ready to move on from the Bahamas.
My mom called me the next day at the crack of dawn (thank goodness I was up filming the Bahamian sunrise) and had found a last minute seat sale and I was leaving at noon!
Have I told you lately how incredibly blessed my life is?
I believe that the universe manifests exactly what I need, exactly when I need it.
I trust that all that is meant to be always is.
I trust in powers greater than me and when I am at peace in myself that I open to the full potential accessible moment to moment.
So, bye bye Bahamas and helloooo Fredericton.
Family time is the best. Every time I come home I always find a large list of things to be grateful for!
My brother graduated with his business degree just days before his big move across the country so it was really special for me to have more time with him and be there for such a big moment in his life.
I also hadn’t seen my main squeeze in a month and a half and we took advantage of this time to take a beautiful adventure on Iles de La Madeleine together.
It was GLORIOUS.
A little bit of beach fun is so good for the soul
Especially when the beach stretches on as far as you can see in both directions and you are the only ones there!
I honestly could rave on and on (and on) about the islands but I will let my photos speak for themselves.
I am so so grateful to have a man in my life who sees the world with the same sense of awe and wonder as I do.
Someone who leaves no rock unturned.
No corner unexplored.
And never misses a sunset!
This time back home to the East Coast was perfect. I had no plan.
And no plan means everything is possible!
I contacted countless yoga studios all over the world and got a lot of really positive feedback and many job offers.
Ive always wanted to backpack through Central America and yoga there is booming so what better time to do so!
I booked my ticket about 5 days before my flight to Panama City.
Well, it was the cheapest flight from Fredericton and although I didn’t have an offer to teach there I knew it would still be a cool start to my adventure in a place I have never been and a great starting place to learn some Spanish!
A new chapter begins!