"Where are you going? What are you going to do? Annie, aren't you afraid?"
These are the questions they asked of me, that I asked of myself. And my answer? Not enough to let it stop me. We are all afraid to disrupt our lives, to disappoint people with our changing desires. Fear persuades us to maintain security but, for me, the monotony of my life felt like a prison of my own making. When I looked through the hole I'd chipped in my cell, I saw myself--tan, toned, bracing the bow of our boat as it crashed through crystal waves. My God I looked good! I'll bet if I sneezed confetti would poof out. I was challenged, fulfilled, finally living, feeling and breathing in each moment. That's when I knew I had to break out, tear my entire life to the ground and start anew.
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