The Trip Home: More Adventure

One of my favorite places–The Tetons–Thanks!!!

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Yes, I made it home from the Tetons and Yellowstone, arriving on Friday evening.  I’ve had some quiet days of processing.  I saw and experienced so much that it’s hard to know what I’m thinking and feeling after the trip.  Gratitude overlays everything else.

Car troubles were a blip on our trip’s radar screen, but I’m pleased to say that once they were resolved, it was clear sailing for John and me.

The troubles began in the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone.  I heard a whining in the engine.  That became a pulsing roaring accompanied by the chirping of belts.  It happened in an area that felt “bad” to me.  If you’ve read my posts along and along, you know I mention my being sensitive to energy.  Well, the energy in the Lamar Valley felt bad.  Like “I want to get out of here” bad.  So we turned around and headed…

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Unplugged – Bowling

I have not bowled in so long! My health is much better than it was for years & I think I’ll go again soon! WHERE is this lovely bowling alley???

Isadora Art and Photography

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Bowling refers to a series of sports or leisure activities in which a player rolls or throws a bowling ball down a lane. A game played by rolling a ball down a wooden alley in order to knock down a triangular group of ten pins. In some places it’s called tenpins.

Sometimes, we all need a break from these little glowing boxes. How do you know when it’s time to unplug? What do you do to make it happen? Photographers, artists, poets: show us UNPLUGGED. To join in – http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/08/daily-prompt-unplugged/

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“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Thomas Edison

One of my favorite quotes–timely as I need to cut myself some slack on decisions–ALWAYS!!

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Talk about not jumping to conclusions, judging, feeling loss, this is the man.
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Look at all the opportunity that appeared because Edison did not judge his work. Who has ever surpassed this man for world changing inventions.
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Great athletes are not impacted by a previous error, but focused entirely on the opportunity to excel in this present moment.
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A simple sentence states that the past is over, leave it alone, it has lost relevance.
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The past has no influence on this present moment unless you bring it with you.
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Leave the past behind and the door opens for life,this moment to be relevant.
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How Perfect Am I?

Very timely thought–what a photo!!

Source of Inspiration

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How arrogant I am to think
I know what is best for
anyone else. Is my life so
perfect that I believe
everyone should act as I do?

Each of us must play the game
with the pieces we were given
to use. Our rules of play may be
different, chosen to fit our
level of skill at the moment,
leading us forward with challenges
best suited for us as we are in the now.

Do not judge or advise
rather keep your focus
on your won progress
and let others do the
same. We all have an
inner voice to guide
and teach us. We each
have the perfect life plan…
mapped with experiences
we need to grow.

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