At the end of last week my husband and I changed residences. As we went through the process, I began to think of the analogy between moving and giving birth:
Through both you have to do the work and you are faced with labor. Yet if you want to make way for newness in your life, you must bear down, face it and go through it, whether you want to or not.
Once you’ve gotten through each event, you can look back and laugh. You forget all the pain and agony that was packed with the experience.
I’ve moved many times throughout my life. My most transient years were after I graduated college until the time I married. Come on back tomorrow to All Things Fulfilling. We will be visiting the neighborhood where I lived for the first 18 years of my life. It is where many of the stories in my memoir took place – in Towson, Maryland.