Moving on

There are only a couple of hours left of our home leave and as always we are going through the difficult good-byes as we move on in many ways.  Returning to Bangkok and a few days later to Yangon, all being well – moving on physically.  Returning to work in a few days time and finally being able to move on professionally.  Mostly though is the move from the treatment phase towards recovery and picking up life where it was so abruptly changed 10 months ago. It’s a strange time with fears and frustration playing a significant role.

It is so good that we have our good memories and images of our special time here to help to focus constructively on the coming months.

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One thought on “Moving on

  1. o didi, im so glad u have had some time w family…back to work already? u dont miss a beat! take it easy my dear friend xoxo

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