Good morning everyone!
What a wonderful adventure my friend and I enjoyed yesterday, we spent the whole day living each moment to the fullest. At the end of the day we were laughing so hard that not only did we have tears in our eyes, my sides ached from all the full body laughs.
My husband bless his heart had to listen to the two of us recount our adventures when we got in. From his expression, I think our outpouring mirth and chortling was, an experience for him of ” hmmm guess you had to have been there.”
yesterday’s PL lesson, was “Handle things that come your way one by one” I can honestly say, my friend and I did just that. Not only did the weather cooperate, the people we encountered were wonderful. To the men at the border that had to spend time with us explaining what they were doing and why, we offer our heartfelt thanks, it was a quiet time at the border,, so we were fortunate to have experienced their “sunny” dispositions. Perhaps quizzical at our having wandered into their domain…. they were gracious all the same.
We saw a lot of these badges, being worn by young men in navy uniforms The many many times I have crossed into the States, I’ve never had the pleasure of seeing so many uniformed personnel. Yesterday we got to see where they worked inside the building that is there. Now I know what is inside the building. There is always something new to learn. =^_^= Having never seen this area of the border crossing, we were both rather curious and looked around us much like we would have enjoyed a stroll through a museum, or a first time visit with a friend. (which we also did yesterday)
Ok so the decor was rather severe, and the colour scheme was not meant to be welcoming. It was a no-nonsense environment, the metal seating in the waiting area gave us a clue that not all visitors to this area enjoyed the visit, nor was their any indication that tea and crumpets would be offered. However, the staff, the men we interacted with, were cordial and did their best to make sure we were at ease.
As a Canadian living near the border into the States, we travel there a lot and we love discovering the vast array of geographical countryside they affer.
The people we meet along the way have always been welcoming and happy to share their country with us.
Be aware, that even though we are neighbours, they have their own rules, laws and ways of enforcing them.
I think that what made the days so special for my friend and I was that everyone we met was so special, each in their own way.
Best of all each encounter we had with a challenging opportunity, we saw the humour and the fun side of the experience.
It was a long day,and each moment was lived to the fullest, it certainly will be a day that will have lasting memories for us, and our friendship has taken on even more sparkle.
We should live each day with enthusiasm, after a good night’s sleep, wake up refreshed and ready for whatever comes your way. One of my frist thoughts for today was that perhaps, since we travel so much into the States, we should look into the Nexus card. =^_^=
Life is good! I’m happy happy happy….. how about you? You ready for a “boss” day, May each and everyone of you feel the love I send out your way, may your day be blessed with sunshine and the making of happy memories.
Namaste – Oyashikiri