I have felt the warmth of the sun on my face today. The simple pleasure of toes in the mud. Kids free to wander and conversations among friends. Breathing fresh air that smells of forest and munching fresh strawberries and blueberries.
I feel alive. Skin warm and tingling from the sun, freshly cleaned from the mud. White cotton pajamas against my browned skin. I feel calm and focused. Ready to take on life. What was drained from me working all weekend is restored by the earth.
I am rejuvenated by dandelions and mud. Ice cold water from the hose. The giggle and shouts of children and hot coffee on the deck with friends. I feel ready to give again, in touch with the earth.
Guest: Jenn is a messy mom and ordinary nurse living a beautiful life. She writes to remember and to reimagine the story. She writes about motherhood and nursing and all the thing that make her cry at Cry and Nurse On
When she's not chasing her three kids, watching Netflix with her husband, or working in the NICU, she is a voracious reader, always looking to understand the world better through people's stories. Preferably with a latte in hand.