Departure Day

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The day has finally arrived. I can’t believe it. I prepared three times to go on this journey but life always got in the way. When Tim arrived in my life we began talking about traveling in an RV, however, he was still working. In six years he would be 70 and could retire. We began dreaming and counting the days. Traveling would have to wait. In just a couple of months he was laid off. The Universe had heard us. God handed us our dream on a silver platter.

At first Tim believed he had to get a job. I asked him why he would want to do that when the Universe had given us the opportunity to travel right now, this moment, today. He looked at me in wonderment and grinned. “Why not?” he replied.

We began looking for a truck and trailer. I asked for the Most Benevolent Outcome, for finding the perfect rig for our needs for the perfect price. A huge Class A Motorhome fell into our laps with only 17,000 miles on it. It is beautiful. The Amish made all of the cabinets and they are absolutely gorgeous.

Every time I have asked for a new home The Universe has given me three times more than I ask for, including a million dollar home in Sedona for the price of the rent I paid for a three bedroom home in Parker Colorado. Miracles do happen, and to me they arrive every day.

Many years ago my husband and I had taken the family camping. I walked into the laundromat and was quickly greeted by an elderly man who smiled but grief filled his whole being. He seemed lonely so I waited while my clothes were washing and kept the conversation going.  He was a pleasant man, grey hair, blue jeans and a grey shirt. As he started to leave he slowly turned back and took a long look into my eyes. “My wife and I planned our whole lives to buy a trailer and travel the country when I retired. Every year for seven years she begged me to retire, but my answer was always, next year. Last year I finally agreed. I retired, we found the perfect RV, mapped out our adventure and two weeks before departure she died in her sleep. I now travel alone, doing the things we planned to do together, but I am alone.” A tear fell down both our cheeks. “Don’t wait to do what you dream about, young lady.” He turned and walked away. I never forgot his message. Was he my private angel? I think that he was.

I have used his wise words many times in my life. I wrote a book when I was in my sixties. I left my family and friends and moved to Sedona, alone for the first time, knowing absolutely no one. I published the book, 24 Hours in an Enchanted Valley. I met a man in my elderly years, took the leap and let him into my heart. And now we are embarking on a journey that will take us places I cannot imagine. I will write of our adventures on the road, take pictures of our travels, interview people we meet on the road and share the insights I channel every day.

Take the leap into your new world. There are no longer limitations. Fear is dissolving as we move into an era where greed, hate, anger, manipulation and control are being removed from the planet. Join me as we create our new world of love, harmony, bliss and peace. We can change the world by simply focusing on and speaking of only what we desire, leaving the way things used to be and creating what we want the world to become. Till tomorrow ,my dear ones.  Let’s change the world.

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