Lost Summer

A lot has happened. Although not really, which is why sometimes I feel it’s been a lost summer.
Sometime in July I broke my elbow and I’ve been in a self-discovery journey ever since. How it happened is really not important. I’m also fed up of telling the same story over and over and over again.
Anyways, now I’m moving, changing and learning many, many things about myself and others.
At the same time I know now more than ever, I am strong; more than myself and others ever realised.
And all is good and all is well.
As new times approach, so do new opportunities.
Opportunities to shine above the sky and be part of the rainbow of life and its amazing colours.
Angels come and sing along my pathway.
I can hear them.
It is such an amazing feeling.
I never new I could. I never knew I was part of the angels in Earth.
But I am and I know now.

I am all that I am and you are too.
Remember to always smile.
For everything that happens, no matter how terrible it is, is for a reason.
Most of the time a good one.
It is up to us to be open enough and learn and move on.

Just follow your heart.
This is how I do it.
Believe me.
It’s good.

2 thoughts on “Lost Summer”

  1. Hi Karlina, love your writing, it's very moving, but I don't quite understand, how did you break your elbow and how did it affect your life?

  2. Thank you, that means a lot to me.
    I broke my elbow in a very simple way. Guess things happen sometimes because of lack of attention, and sometimes because they have to. In this case, I bit of both I think.
    I has affected my life in many ways. I'm stronger now, I've learned not to let myself be treated as a doormat. I've learned to recognise who my true friends are. I've learned to be true to myself and to carry on.
    It's funny how after so long that I wrote this, now is when I see your comment. Today, when my long now "healed" left elbow begins to hurt again. Although it never stopped. I just feel the pain more. It's ok, I'm getting used to it by now.

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