No, not lost where you don’t know where you are, just “lost” when you stand in one place and feel that at that moment, you are in many places. The shadows, the lush vegetation, the multiple shades of green. AND of course the almost hidden old wooden building in the background.
My adventure companion and I had arrived in Merrickville, her for ice cream, and me, for no real reason but to share time with a friend and enjoy the outing. Then I saw this place and was instantly transported to many places at once. I saw New Hampshire, the Laurentians, southern NY state, it was an amazing feeling, it wrapped itself in a hug and vanished,
Such moments are not uncommon, but they are not “ordinary” we have to be tuned in to “receive the frequency”. Be present in your every day life. Live each moment! Live with appreciation .. give thanks!
PL day 11 (calendar)
BE THANKFUL FOR WHO YOU ARE TODAY
You are standing here thanks to your ancestors, your parents and those who have supported you through your life. Show your appreciation by giving back to the world around you.
Happy Wednesday everyone….
PL Precept # 11 Always be with God
PL Precept # 18 Each Moment is a Turning Point.
The pictures tell the story. If you have never experienced an air bag hitting you full on, then I suggest you try hard not to experience. It hurts. Not only did it leave me disoriented, I will have the sharp ache for the next while as a reminder, that I was very blessed to have been able to get out on my own, and walk to the ambulance.
The first responders were amazing. I can’t say enough about their kindness, and the care they took to ensure I was looked after. Always ensuring I felt safe and as comfortable as I could be. They even saw to my getting home to my husband, who was at home unable to do anything but anxiously await news.
I wish that I could personally call all my friends who have been wondering what has happened, but with the current situation of the setting up of the home care for “end of Life” it has been very busy, with people coming and going. Both husband and myself exhausted come end of day.
Tomorrow the palliative care doctor is going to make her first house call. =^_^=
Everyone is kind, caring and compassionate. For this we are grateful ..and appreciate each and every thoughtful gesture that has been directed our way.