Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self. Cyril Connolly (1903 - 1974)


My sole to yours - My journey

My wedding shoes.

Since I wore them that day, they've been sitting on a pedestal of sorts. Not intentionally, I just have not found the fit to wear them again. But everyday I pass them and I look at them and smile, as my hands graze over them, picking up another.

 They are rather dusty from not being worn.

They remind me of a beginning and each time I feel the need to be inspired even if things are rough, because they remind me that this is a journey.

A life journey.

It's funny that I didn't even think too much about this before, but they do keep me inspired. I was a bit naive about being married, but now I am learning that it's battle at play and it is worth fighting for and enjoying. When we can't stand on our own, we pray that God will fight for us.

These soles are beautiful and they are mine. And even if I wear them down to the heel, I'll still put them somewhere I can see and keep them to remind me, that even when this path get's rough and I can barely stand on my own. There will be smoother surfaces.

This too will pass.

There will be dances and weddings and graduations and dinners and everywhere and nowhere to attend.

And in the end, we'll fade and cease to exist, as it should be.

It's life's journey.

My journey in or out of my soles.

About the author:
Owner of JamericanSpice. Sharing my journey in the present, from the past or thoughts for my future. Mom of two who loves to travel and read and decipher people.

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1 comment :

  1. I love these shoes too cute. I still have my wedding shoes too and my Vail and my bra and panties I wore that day and my Dress. All pressed and in a box. Hmmm Wonder why I did that?! LOL


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