My daughter came home recently and told me that she had found the tattoo she would get were she to get a tattoo. It was a quote that said, "A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not why ships are built." When I looked it up, I saw that its attribution seems to be in some doubt. But its meaning is clear.
My daughter and I are both getting ready to set sail from our own safe harbors, and although we know that that is for what we were built, the anxiety and fear slide easily in on top of the necessity and excitement. Each day for both of us, separately and together, is a bit of a roller coaster.
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Causes Lisa Solod Supports
Temple House of Israel, Staunton, Virginia, CASA