Population of over 10,000. Predominately black in population. Some would say that most are living at the poverty level. It’s home to the Whirlpool world headquarters. Right on the shores of Lake Michigan. I’ve taken you for granted before. I must admit. I love you.
I’ve lived and worked in many cities across the country. I’ve traveled. At the end of the day, there’s no place like home.
We all need a secret place. A place to regroup. It’s always been my secret place.
I can remember living in Raleigh, NC, and I would be itching to go home when things became absolutely unbearable at work, or in my personal life. My friends would joke about my retreat back home would leave me recharged.
But sometimes home changes.
After my father died I knew that home would change. I just didn’t know how it would change.
I often ride by the old family home, and think about what could have been. What should have been? What was?
Home isn’t the same, but it’s up to me to make new memories.
This week I will embark on a journey that will absolutely blow my mind. I will be traveling to the World Burns Congress.
Being a burn survivor has become a part of my life now, and so I’m traveling to a secret place to regroup. I didn’t intend to make this a long post today, but thought that I should prepare you for the what is to come.
I will be looking forward to sharing all of the upcoming events that will come out of this week excursion.
I’m leaving my secret place in order to bring more love and inspiration to you.
We shall chat soon.
Benton Harbor, I love you. That will never change. It’s time for change, and a remix to my secret place.