Today I fly to Delhi. In fact, as this goes live, I will be thousands of feet up in the sky soaring back to India and to the next part of the Daughters journey. I have so much planned for the next few weeks and I'm hoping that it all goes as smoothly as possible. It was my birthday on Tuesday which means I've entered the last year of my twenties. I'm excited, I'm stepping into the start of this end stronger and more sure than I have been since the start of this start.
I was going to write today about the origins of Daughters and how all this came to be but in the rush of leaving I haven't been able to sit and do it justice so I will save it for another time. What I will say is that I am equal parts excited, determined and terrified. I've set myself a lot of challenges in my twenties but this is by far the biggest most important thing I've ever taken on. I keep reminding myself of the quote by Neale Donald Walsch - "Life begins at the end of your comfort zone" which if it's true I am about to experience a whole lot of life - wish me luck and off I go!