100 Days of Headstand #32: On home ground

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This headstand signaled the end of nine and a half months of travel, our arrival back home to Australia and being reunited with much missed family. We enjoyed a little Mum, daughter and granddaughter time, catching up on the parts of life that Skype and different time zones don’t allow for. So after being on such a massive journey (both physically and personally), how does it feel to come home? 

Weird and Normal

We were back home, but home suddenly felt new.

So much had changed for us as a family while we were away. We had spent an unprecedented amount of time as a consolidated unit, together 24/7. We cycled across a country, ate, slept in a 3-person tent, and showered together. We had experienced a unique slice of life and travel as a trio in a way that no one else had. So upon returning home, we naturally felt a closer bond.

It was a great moment sharing a headstand with my Mum in one of our favourite family destinations.

This is my ma and daughter Tahlee on the banks of Noosa River.
This is my ma and daughter Tahlee on the banks of Noosa River.

 

 

 

 

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