Sometimes we all need a mental health day. A day to dump all of our thoughts out on the table, sort through them and only let the good ones back in.
If I ever needed one, today would be the day. For some reason, my brain switch turned on last night. You know the switch that all of a sudden causes your mind to run a million miles a minute, carrying frantic questions from one side to another, bouncing off the sides of your skull before landing on your tongue and bursting into language? Next thing you know, you're asking questions like "where do you see us two years from now?" and "will it ever feel like it's enough?"
And the truth is, when we ask these questions, no answer is ever going to be the right one. Because the truth isn't enough: "I love you." and "I don't know." And a lie is a lie.
If only we could learn to let life live, without questioning every next step. If only we could unload all of the anxious thoughts and nagging questions, turn off the switch, and trust it.