Whakaroau

In this moment our kurī Poki was injured so I put her in this pull cart and off we went to the beach. She was soooo happy that she could come with the whānau and wasn’t left out. This moment was perfect in every way. She was in pain but right here she was content – all that I could ever aim for. Our moments – the very one now that has brought you to this page, to read this text was meant to be. And this moment is all that we have. The present. Be still and the present will stay.

#consciouspuku

Published by Tākuta Teah

Indigenous woman, partner, māmā, sister, daughter, aunty, artist, story catcher/teller, researcher, evaluator and academic. I draw on these identities to express, connect and articulate kotahitanga, mana motuhake and aroha.

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