The Journey Home

Posted December 21, 2010 | by irene | in Pilgrim Stories | no responses

When I returned from Spain in December 2001, I came back to my life in the city of Toronto. I found integrating the lessons of the Camino very difficult in this environment because of all the distractions and focus on material things. 6 months later, 2 of my daughters had moved in with their dad and my oldest daughter was at University in London, so I decided to move to my cottage in Floral Park on Lake Couchiching. I spent most of the winter alone writing workshops, poetry, fairy tales and stories about my life experiences. Up until this point in my life, I have never been a writer but I took a Creative Writing workshop at Ryerson, Learned the basics and developed a style from there. I tried to write a book from my diary of the Camino, but couldn’t get the story down the way I wanted it.

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My Miracle on Cebreiro

Posted December 21, 2010 | by irene | in Pilgrim Stories | no responses

When I started the pilgrimage, I had written in my diary that I wanted to accomplish two things on the Camino, besides the fact that I was walking 780 kms alone. I had just been made redundant at a large corporate IT company, and walked out the door with a package. I had been researching the Camino and decided that I should take the opportunity to go for a long walk, while I could. I wanted to take advantage of this opportunity to be alone and to have a spiritual journey.

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