“Welcome Home”

Hey lovelies,

I’m back in a river town that feels like home
and will be hibernating for a spell
while I plant my roots
and let them grow.

Three people have said: “Welcome home.”

It sure feels that way.

whanganuiriver

I love it here.

After a year and a half without touching an oar, I’m getting back into rowing and will be racing in a single, double, and possibly a quad in early January––yahoo! I’m falling in love with this sport all over again.

unionboatclub

On the afternoons when I don’t row, a friend is taking me along to her boxing classes. Old and new movements all at once. This is good. Every punch has a number. More on this later.

In the meantime, I’m starting an email list so that you can stay up do date with my ish.

I’ll whisper sweet somethings to your inbox every so often.

Won’t you join?

http://eepurl.com/bKRzKH

As always, you can support my work on Patreon: http://patreon.com/devi_lockwood  

and read more of what I have written here: http://devi-lockwood.com/read-listen

and here’s that email list sign-up once more: http://eepurl.com/bKRzKH

Arohanui,
Devi

 

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