Well it happened. I turned 49. Had a great birthday. My sweet Rob bought me a Celtic love knot necklace, made me a steak dinner Friday night and bought me some cool things. A big blue blanket for the couch, purple spray paint for my door and a visit to the chiropractor. All of my kids wished me a happy day. My daughter Adriana took us to dinner and brought gifts. I got to spend time with them and the cute boys. Watched football and my packers won!!!! So now On to the next year. I want to motivate and be ready for 50 with better eating exercise and overall health. It’s a new moon In a couple days so I will be setting intentions.
Well tomorrow I will be 49. Wow. That seems so old. But somehow I still feel young. Now granite in some ways I feel it. But honestly I love my life and where I am. My kids are all out on their own and the relationships I have with them are amazing. I truly feel like I accomplished something really big with them. They are all doing so well and growing and learning soooo much. I feel that I have accomplished a big achievement regardless of the reasons they are all amazing. I believe I have created my legacy. I have many years to continue teaching them and loving them but at least I know I have done good so far. I hope you all know how much I love you and am proud of you. Thanks for letting me continue to be your mom.
Well since the storm I haven’t had much time to write. Me and Rob made our 1 year. My granddaughter Irena turned 4. Grace graduated basic and is now in Monterey California. Work is going good. And I’m just steady fixing my little rv up. Today is Mabon. Sunday is my birthday and Stella is getting spayed tomorrow. Life is going pretty good. Well for now I want to go celebrate my holiday and relax….
Looking for a way to celebrate Mabon, the second harvest Sabbat? Read on for some great ideas for you and your family to observe the autumn equinox.
— Read on www.learnreligions.com/ways-to-celebrate-mabon-2562310
Well our power is back on. I will be headed home in 30 minutes to put my home back in order. It’s been a long 10 days. From the fear of having no home to almost dying from carbon monoxide poisoning to living in the back room of the VCOA with our dogs and cat. To finally getting to go home. I’m truly thankful for everyone that helped us out and making it a comfortable enough 19 days. And I’m truly sorry to those who weren’t as lucky as us. So let’s get back to normal….ok j/k. Let’s get back to life.
Well, Here we are recovering from yet another set back. It’s ok though, these are the things that make us strong. Power is up in alot of places. Leesville is almost fully restored. some of Anacoco is restored. Hornbeck, still waiting the ETR is Sunday. This month for me will be rebuilding and renewal. preparation for the final months of 2020. So…….Let’s do this!!!!