Tonight, we had a bonfire with my Lifegroup. And we put on a notecard, the things that we wanted to let go. Things that we wanted to rid ourselves of so that we can move forward with God’s plan for our lives. And, I had a list. A big one. And seeing that box – in the middle of a fire – going up in flames – was powerful. And you could really feel the presence of God there. And it was great to let those things go. Not just let them go – but really acknowledge them. And then release them. I have had so many feelings and questions since Shaun died. And I never wanted to acknowledge them. I want him home in the worse way ever. But I realize that he is the one who is home, I’m not. I have a lot of fear. Fear that something could happen to one of my kids, my friends, my family. And it scares me. A ridiculous amount. I want to keep everyone close and safe. And I realize that Shaun was home, and safe – and there was nothing I could do – which makes me feel helpless in a way. To acknowledge my insane amount of fear and to let it go – or at least acknowledge it – felt like a step in the right direction. Acknowledgement is a powerful thing, I believe. I recommend it. I really do. So, I wanna say thanks to Lifepoint – for producing the Living the Dream series. I want to live mine.