reclaim: verb, past tense: reclaimed (happy thoughts)

  1. Websters Dictionary Definition: retrieve or recover (something previously lost, given, or paid), obtain the return of. synonyms: get back, recoup, claim back, recover, regain, retrieve.

And that is what I’ll be doing here. Reclaiming life, thoughts, ideas, and words. Taking back space, and time, from the rushing pace of this life, and this world, and this society. To remind myself what are my happy thoughts, what matters most to me, and why? This will be the spot for all of those conversations in my head, and with others, that may be a hope, or are sometimes a burden, to continuously carry around. So I will lay them here. I will use this space to claim what’s mine; from before, in the present, and for my future. The good, the bad, and the ugly. But also, the beautiful, the hard and what’s true.  To celebrate, through words, and acknowledge (with kindness) everything that brings us together and everything that makes us different…and where we go from here.

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