It looks like I have gone missing in the blogosphere for awhile.
The last 2 weeks of June were spent like a whirlwind.
We relocated. I had a new job.
All within the span of 2 weeks. Life is always pretty amazing in it’s own way, isn’t it?
Though there were moments I was overwhelmed but right now, I am glad and thankful that these changes happened.
Sometimes, we just needed to change and move on for the better.
We relocated back to my mum’s while we are in search for a home of our own. Though we might not have the luxury of space, but I am enjoying every bit of the cosiness and support I get from my family now. Aloysius and I have more time for dates and it saves the hassle (and cab fares) of moving up and down 2 homes every week. Since my mum stays on the ground level, we are enjoying every bit of the space we get at our “front porch” for more messy play with the tot. And Ally loves the company of her Yiyi and Jiu Jiu. Whoo... and it’s a walking distance to not one but two hawker centres (and a couple of coffee shops) in this vicinity which also sells some pretty renowned local favourites too.
What else can I ask for?
And as for my new job, I am really excited about it. I have been contemplating for the longest time. There were (many) reasons that held me back.
Most importantly, I was (too) afraid to accept the consequences of change. Do you ever feel the same? Do you ever feel that you are unhappy with your current state of life but yet doesn’t have the strength and faith to change coz you were too afraid to face the uncertainties and the “what ifs”?
|Freedom to pursue your passion.|
I can’t say how grateful I am to Aloysius, my soulmate and my dearest Mommy for the support they gave. It was with their affirmation that I dare said give me the strength to take this leap of faith. Coz I know, my family will always be there for me to catch me if I fall.
Seriously, it was not as tough as I thought it will be.
In fact, it was pure adrenaline.
I am more empowered and sure of the new (old) path I decided to take again.
Life... is going to get better.