If you’re curious as to what happened to #AudioMo day 7, I made a simple audio file and uploaded it to Mastodon for yesterday’s post. I was too tired to record in studio, but I hope everyone is doing well today. Just know that if people visit this feed and wonder why there are days skipped, well, that’s why. 🙂
Anyway, today I’m talking about memories, how they are represented in my mind and the importance of facing them, even the ones that aren’t pleasant. I also share a story about a poem I recently wrote, one of the last few pieces of work that was read by someone who passed away.
My heart aches every time I think of that poem now, but at least I can find the beautiful memories attached to that experience and use it as a reminder, to not pass on a precious opportunity. I think some of the opportunities we’re given hold the key to many greater chapters in our lives, but we need to recognize that.
I hope this post for today helps those who may be struggling with memories they don’t want, or are trying to grasp onto memories that are so dear, but slip away so quickly, so easily.
Hold on to your memories, hold them, cherish them. I hope they bring you nothing but comfort and peace.
That does it for today. Everyone take care, and I’ll see you tomorrow.