Monday, November 15, 2010

I've got, got, got, got no time.....

Beautiful, wonderful, wondrous things are happening in my life!  Good soul stirring song and dance things as well as deep dipping in the holy well things.  I'm jotting thoughts down in my journal in hopes that I capture the essence of all that is good and startling and life affirming.  Right now, I've got no time!  I am stretched to the MAX.  

Life is delicious.
Life is busy as hell.
Life is tumbling along at a rapid speed........
Projects, promises, protests, provocations.....
An upcoming RALLY for good causes!
Connecting the DOTS... you'll hear more about this soon!
Lovely bouquets...Tangerine sunset roses.
Brilliant surprises.  Who knew?
Radiant cheeks.....a glow.
Angels, Spirits, Retreats......
I had my fortune told.... it was a mind blower!
Peppermint kisses....
Spontaneous slow dancing.
Dinner delights.....
Turmoil too. 
tears are good these days.  good tears. 
smiles and bouncier walks.
silent exhaustion.....
and more to come.
cry love.
cry love.
melancholy rarely visits
embracing comfort.
beauty is awakening
self worth is within reach.
I'm on a roll..........

I love being 50.  I truly do.  So many surprises.... so much to experience.  Bring it on!  Fifty-licious!

I took this photo while sitting on a moving bus on the way home from a conference.....  Miracles are abundant.  Everywhere.  I captured one.

Here's another....... the last vestiges of a glorious sunset. This was captured at the end of my street while I was walking my dog Lily.  We both stopped and watched it in awe.  She of course was multi-tasking..... rolling in the leaves at the same time. 
I WANT to write!  Soon.... soon.  IN the meantime, I'm gathering stories, living life to the fullest, smiling and finding my way with faith to guide me.... OH, and two crazy ass angels named Lisa and Marco who are keeping an eye on me.  Who knew?  What a lucky lucky girl I am.


OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

You sound FABULOUS, my dear! How exciting that such GOOD STUFF is happening....I am very happy for you!!!

awareness said...

Naomi! I feel fabulous! Tired too. I'm stretched out too far, but eventually it will all even out. :) Life is very interesting these days on all fronts.

Twain12 said...

sounds like a happy busy...enjoy ♥

awareness said...

Twain! I will be writing about a rally that is coming up. You may be interested in getting involved. Stay tuned.
Happy busy is right. I love this time of year and somehow NEED to have a few projects on the go. My energy is good, but a little stretched out.

ps. And to the person from UNB who spends an inordinate amount of time reading my blog everyday (how do you find the time?) checking in regularly throughout the day blogstalking and never leaving a comment? Please pass it on to the others that this blog does not capture even a smidgen of my life. So, please don't take it upon yourself to fill in the gaps.

Perplexio said...

Glad things are going well for you... Now I have that Guess Who song stuck in my head. Man that Burton Cummings could sing like no one's business!

Oh and remember when you order yourself a coffee...

"No sugar tonight in my coffee, no sugar tonight in my tea."

:-) Cheers!

Jim in NB said...

Glad to see the sun is shinning so brightly for you Dana! Feels great eh? I think some of those other days when the sun isn't shinning us make these sunny days so much better!

awareness said...

Darrin.... As soon as I typed out the title, the song began playing in my head too. It was a great song and a great band. I don't know if you ever listen to the CBC but Randy Bachman has a wonderfully entertaining radio show on Sat. nights. He tells the best stories of those Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive times.

Jim! Nice to see you here! :) You are so right. The days seem sunnier when you've experienced the cloud cover days too.

Barbara said...

Its WONDERFUL to read this! I am so happy that you are enjoying life to the fullest.

You inspire me as always :)

(I love that song, The Guess Who are underrated)

Sue said...

I'm with Barbara, this inspired me too :)

Oh, I love reading the words of women growing deeper. Ooooh, yeah, the world needs so much of that now.