Sad face

Today, I am making a sad face, because I know that we have so much waiting ahead of us, and I just want to move forward right now.

Here are a few things I am reading while we wait:

There is more to my ‘sad face’ right now, but it feels too complex to spell out in words. My heart is full and happy, but there is a longing that makes the corners of my mouth turn down from time to time. This is one of those times.

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2 thoughts on “Sad face

  1. Thanks for sharing my blog post, Matthew. You are at the beginning of quite a journey! I wish you and your family well. So much has happened since I wrote this post. If you ever need someone to talk to / ask questions of / whatever, please feel free to be in touch with me. morgan [at] morganbrayton.com

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