Hurry Up and Wait

The agony & the ecstasy of unwanted, unexpected, and inevitable transitions.

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Significant life changes can be bittersweet, especially when they are unanticipated and involve letting go of a dream that has taken up years of your life. When this happens, instead of a clear line of sight, life becomes opaque. Each day is like moving through a dense fog in which objects emerge gradually…

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After more than 10 years in Canada, now living my love of the desert in Moab, Utah. I enjoy writing, painting, hiking & nature generally. Motto: stay curious.

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Craig Axford

Craig Axford

After more than 10 years in Canada, now living my love of the desert in Moab, Utah. I enjoy writing, painting, hiking & nature generally. Motto: stay curious.

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