The last time I truly took a leap of faith was 2009 when I asked to be transferred to a new location for work. My youngest child had graduated high school and came with me and the new experience and landscape proved to be very good for my soul. I sold my home and off I went. About six years later I moved back to be closer to immediate family and often find myself missing that place. It was definitely a good leap of faith for such a time as that.
Good luck! I know what it is to be smitten and not to act on that. Be bold and you never know where it might lead you. Not acting is a certain outcome but not the one you wanted:).
I am very moved by your post. Your last two sentences in particular are very impactful to me. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and wisdom!
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