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Dearest reader, I felt as if a giant stone had been lifted off my chest!
Can there be anything more wonderful than the emotion of relief!
When you feared for the worst and then things turn out to be not so bad after all. You feel as if you have been handed a brand new future to make whatever you want from it. A new life. A new start. You feel brave. You feel hope. Anything seems possible. You feel so alive that you want to stand on your head and you do! So I did! - words by Rob Ryan.
One day filled with travel, exploration, tea made by a ironically friendly Bill Sykes, films made by amazing blast-off geeks, photos created by enthusiastic-scarfed wizards, talks with the super talented long haired master, tummies that were fed so well I felt like a pigeon that had gorged on rice, whys being created and fears been overcome, a goody bag filled with constant reminders of why, seriously cute couples with freckles and dimples, emotional tears freely flowing from being squeezed in all the right places, shapes being thrown on the floor in the new ‘I’ve taken a polaroid’ dance, and an atmosphere that could easily be mistaken for a reunion of long-lost friends.
Yep. The Welcome Home Workshop. It rocked. Truthfully honest and a journey to the beginning of the end. Thankyou Emma, Pete, Lee and Dawn, plus all the new wizards I met.