Tonight I left my class and I didn’t go to work. Instead I went and met my mom and my little girl and had dinner and a conversation.
She was happy and talkative and the worry that I’ve been feeling balled up in my chest dropped away. School is okay. She started Sparks and that was fun too. We’re getting back into our routine.
And I think it was exactly what I needed. I got readings done, I got my assignment done, I’m moving forward. There are now less than four weeks in the campaign. It doesn’t seem like a long time. Twenty six days from today change is coming. It’s in the air. And we have no idea what it will look like. But we’re making history.
The other day I saw one of my colleagues from my time on the Hill. He’s been traveling with the leader so I hadn’t seen him yet, and he asked me if I was having fun. And I paused and then quickly said yes. I am.
I am back to doing something I love doing for a cause that I have to believe in. I am making a difference, and working my way towards making more of a difference.
Tonight I feel like it’s all good. We’ll see what tomorrow brings.