it takes a village

I have spent the last several months focusing on my health and my family.  The transition from work to all the sudden, not working, hasn't been easy.  I created my first playhouse at a particularly low point when I felt broken and lost.  The process helped heal me a little bit, so I keep building.  And now I have a village.

Here, there is no such thing as political unrest.  We have a lot of guns but they blow bubbles.  Everyone is treated equally because everyone is equal.  Kindness is better than being right, love is love, and we don't build walls unless they're out of cardboard.  We're all in this together.

I don't know if I could have recovered from this past year alone.  It was the endless love and support from my friends and family that brought me back and have helped me turn something so ugly into something that brings me and my babies so much joy.  I'm feeling more like myself than I have in a very long time.  And it only took a village.