Vine video from my daughter. She is awesome. You go girl. This eating disorder stuff is a never ending battle. She is still struggling, job hunting, being a teenager in her twenties. She’s so smart and has so much ahead of her. Watching her not live up to her amazing-ness that I see in her is hard, but like pushing her out of the nest. I know she has wings.
She’s gone to New York, and she made it there for a while, then came back to this arrested development stage of being ‘home’ again. Everything around her had changed. Friends moved away, went to school, dad is selling his house, getting remarried, I moved, her brother moved. She cries about missing her dog.
She will be okay, she is pretty stubborn about what she wants. She will be 20 this October. I remember being 20. I was world traveled, engaged to be married, living in a home in the mountains, ready for anything.
I have since then created anything and everything as well.
My son called me from Wisconsin. He has found a job and met the neighbors and they have furniture and are discovering the town. Its funny how your children are embedded in you and you in them and the world in all of us.
National eating disorder week and I’m crocheting bacon? Oh well. Go figure.