Someone asked me yesterday, the first thing I would do when we come out of lock-down. And, surprisingly, I couldn’t think of anything!
I always feel ‘out’ because it is about having an outward feeling.
I feel like I am ‘out’ when I look out of the window and notice the changing light and seasons.
I feel like I am ‘out’ when I connect with people all across the world through my writing – ideas and thoughts that come to me in the moment.
I feel like I am ‘out’ when I connect through my music – again in the moment – that little piece of inspiration unique to me – that I choose to share with others.
I feel like I am ‘out’ when I connect with others by phone, skype or e-mail.
I feel like I am ‘out’ when I help people find their voice from the cosiness of my dining-room.
When I go to the beach on a sunny day I don’t feel more out than all of the above . . or I might even feel more in! I can be surrounded by loads of people but never exchange a smile or a word. I feel more ‘out’ speaking today, sharing a little piece of my heart with you.