"Gentle, soft dream, nestling in my arms now, you will fly..." ~ Jane Eyre
I feel as though I were in a coccoon waiting to hatch.
The process of transforming one life into another has begun, and the process is most beautiful.
What has made the process beautiful is the amount of support from all those in my life, whether they are bloggers, friends, or family. I deeply appreciate the words of encouragement and support.
Last week's first set of informational meetings gave me joy. It was a joy to head into the city, a joy to experience the office I visisted, and, most importantly, a joy to meet the people I met.
Slowly but surely resumes and cover letters and emails are being sent out, so here I am inundated with paperwork and unable to express myself here. Thankfully, a coccoon is only a temporary membrane; the butterfly soon follows.
I learned about butterflies when I vistited the butterfly gardens in Key West this past June. Yes, it is stressful to create a coccoon and stressful to commence being a butterfly, but once you are full grown (you can't tell, but the one in the photo above is as big as your computer monitor screen) and flying, all is right with the world.