Day 19 and 20
"One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things." ~Henry Miller
This journey may, in part, be about GOING to all the places I've dreamed of going. Visiting new locations, finding grand adventures, meeting new people. But, even more so, it's about SEEING.
Seeing the beauty of this existence instead of all the things that's troubled me. Seeing that there is beauty in the pain. Feeling it, releasing it, seeing what my soul longs for me to see.
It's about BEING. Being in the moment so that I CAN see how wonderful this life truly is. I do see it. Man it's nice to be free.
Our paths may change from what we expected. We may come up against an obstacle SO HUGE (say a rock wall with a giant waterfall) and feel like there's no way we will ever get to our goal...
but if you look close enough
and you really stay in the moment
AND you ask for help from the Universe, your next inspired action step will be revealed and before you know it, you will reach the top.
Just keep climbing.
Day 19 I went to this waterfall. It was a lovely experience. Other than that, there have been no major things happening in RV life except filling propane tanks. OH... and having an infestation of what appear to be ladybugs but probably Asian beetles. That's fun. They're awful and finding their way inside. I have easily captured and released 50 ladybug looking bugs from my home. Who knows how many the cats have caught - never to be released.
Then day 20 took me into town. It was time for an oil change on my truck. I asked the camp manager who they recommend and found a place in town... with a completely adorable cafe/coffee shop just up the street. I sat and wrote in my journal - and in this blog - and on FB. I openly announced that I will publish my book by the Unstoppable Influence summit in October 2020. Oh my, I've got a big year of amazingly wonderful things ahead that are going to require a lot of time. Guess I better get to it!
Love you all! See you again soon on the interwebs!
I had a dream that I was traveling all over the world. In less than 6 months, I sold almost everything I own...bought a Toy Hauler (the "garage" is my art studio) and am now living wherever, whenever...just me, my art, and my cats.