Touring

             Our life’s journey is not one, long, trip.  It’s a series of small jaunts.  And that’s what I saw this morning.  Many bits of movement, in succession.

             The Universe says that it’s one after another, after another, after another.  For a (physical) lifetime.

             The path changes as we heal and learn and grow and figure shit out.  It’s more about lots of small outings, rather than a huge big-distance haul.  Like miniature road-trips, except that all of them have Home as our eventual destination.  (And we never have to pack or unpack!)

Travel Sets

             When we view it this way, we can see our lessons and our wonderful advances so much more clearly.  It also makes a very long journey a wee bit easier to rumble on through.

             Personally, I also think that it makes more sense this way.  We’ve all had the experience of feeling as though a chapter of our lives was ending, and a new one just getting started.

             Many small journeys, making up our life-long path.  Very manageable, with nice breaks already built-in.

             Here’s a great exclamation point, in the form of our daily draw, to validate this message.

sylvia browne cards

“Faith  ~

Faith is a word that should be used in conjunction with the word: 

know.

I don’t have to have faith in an omnipotent god-like being.

 I just have to know that He and She are in my life and are perfect.”

Today’s Resource:

Heart and Soul Cards by (the late) Sylvia Browne

Today’s Sharing:

is this Instagram post from earlier tonight.

bakeries in Eugene

“Because holidays are about treats…….  #OhWait #iMeantLife”

             It’s simply a fact, dinner is never complete until dessert is over (or, at least packed To Go).  THIS will tell all you need to know about what’s in that pastry box.

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3 thoughts on “Touring

    • It was an impulse purchase, I grabbed it as we were headed to the register, and was just showing my son. He took it, bought it for me, and we tasted it while waiting for his Mexican mocha to be made. (Which, he said, was SO good!)

      Turns out, UH-MAZE-ING! I mean, I know everything they make is tasty and well done, but damn. This was a home-run! Beyond smooth, super dark and creamy, with a really warm honey flavor. Plus, not-painful crunchy bits.

      I may need to go back and buy that bar about a zillion more times.

      (Glad you asked. 😉 )

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