Whilst camping I felt I was at one with nature and close to the goddess, something that I am trying to have in everyday life. We would awake, walk outside and be amidst it all right up until we would return to our tent in the wee hours of the morning to sleep. In the cool mornings the sun would break through the clouds and I would smile and say a silent thank you for the warmth it provided me and my family as the mornings were very fresh. Throughout the day the sun would grow in heat and we would strip down our layers to singlets and shorts.... and just when you could strip no more and you were feeling too hot, a cool and soothing breeze would whisper through the trees and wrap itself around us. I would close my eyes as the breeze washed over my face covered in beads of perspiration, smile and say a silent thank you.
The nights were spent around the fire and I loved gazing into it, becoming mesmerized by it's beauty and power. Once again I found myself saying thank you for it's warmth in the chilly night & for providing such a beautiful place for our group to commune around each evening.
Blessed be x