I miss music festivals. Apart from the anxiety-inducing aspects of festie culture, there's nothing like grooving to big, bass-y beats in outdoor settings. Seeking festivals and music-driven adventure used to be one of my greatest joys and even a core part of my identity... @igloofest_mtl
Since I lost my dad 6 months ago, I've had to pare life back to just the essentials: health, family, work at @the_indigo_project
and creativity as healing. Festivals were not a priority.
Half a year later and I'm JUST starting to feel like myself again... driven to big beats, fun with friends and adventures both big and small. But the grief of losing my dad and #1
support has changed me. I know things don't get easier from here... they just evolve.
Grief is universal and something we all go through. Know this: it will be painful, but it will change. You will change. It's okay not to be okay.
If you're grieving or continuing on the grief journey, I hope you continue to move, find your rhythm and have the courage to be vulnerable in the tender moments. You are not alone. I extend my hand to you. Let's wiggle. 💜