This Wednesday Jamie Ridler asked us:
This winter my family will celebrate our first „split“ Christmas (my parents separated earlier this year). My brother and I are probably going to be with my father on December 24th, and spend the next day with my mother. I know it’s going to be tough. Tough for my parents, because it’s never easy to celebrate such an occasion as a single after 25+ years (even if it was the right decision). Tough for my brother and me – to miss the other parent, and to feel the others‘ sadness.
My biggest wish is very simple. I wish that love will prevail this season, not sadness.
Most probably I’ll be working with a coach through winter season. I want to establish a sound and friendly relationship with money and work before throwing myself into Yoga teaching. I’m looking forward to this very much, and I wish this will be a period of introspective and cleaning up.
My last wish is to spend a marvelous turn of the year with the Gingerbread Man. I’m nervous, and anxious, and giddy, and happy. We haven’t seen eachother for 6 months. So I guess that says it all.