Returning Home

Bel Air Library

As a child growing up in Bel Air, Maryland my absolute FAVORITE place to hang out was the public library on Hickory Avenue. This was long before Barnes & Noble and Amazon.

> I could spend all day Saturday here.
> I’d go here to do my homework when I was in John Carroll.
> I’d ask my friends to meet me here.
> I remember going to the children story hour with my mom and sister before we started school.

There was something MAGICAL to me about this building.

I stepped back into this special place today for the first time in 31 years. I immediately fell back in LOVE with my sacred container.

While the county has renovated the library and expanded its footprint, it’s the same MAGICAL place. Here’s what I experienced:

> Moms with toddlers were ready to enter for story time.
> The staff were as nice today as they were so long ago.
> I was able to work on my latest writing project and connect with my book writing coach, the amazing Jenny Amon Fenig.

I am blessed to be able to take today to return to my childhood space, tap into my soul and birth my book.

I’ve come to believe that everything is part of God’s plan and my next opportunity will happen on God’s time.

Namaste my friends.

1 thought on “Returning Home”

  1. Tracy, I love this. I really makes me happy about my recent career change. I feel the same way about the library. I used to spend countless Saturday’s at the local library growing up. My mom would send me and my sister’s every Saturday. I feel so blessed to have had this experience.

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