Confinement, Connection, and Courage

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A year ago today, I was in the hospital, recovering from a fall. It was a fall from many things; from grace, from old dreams, and from habits and thoughts that were holding me back. Injury that takes you down to the bed for weeks has a way of humbling you, of forcing you to reflect on what matters, why you think the way you do, and in my case, what it meant to realize I was living the life I’d always wanted, yet still tried…

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Novelist, California wildfire survivor, essayist. Find my latest novel, It Takes Two, a romance with a reincarnation twist @Amazon. www.nicolesallakanderson.com

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Nicole Sallak Anderson

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Novelist, California wildfire survivor, essayist. Find my latest novel, It Takes Two, a romance with a reincarnation twist @Amazon. www.nicolesallakanderson.com

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