I am eally excited to write my first “real” blog.
Everything seems to be coming together. It isn’t exactly how it looked in my head, but exactly how it is meant to be.
Today I reflect on the last month and my recent move to California. When the thought first popped into my head about moving to California and in an effort to gain some perspective, I made a call to someone close to my heart that had made the transition from Florida to CA.
My two main questions were as basic as they come thinking back. I asked, “would I like it and what are the people like?” It appears I had some trepidation, which would clearly explain the moment of silence on the other end of the phone. This wise person told me, “it’s beautiful.” “People and experiences will be whatever you choose to see no matter where you choose to be.” That wise person is my Sister.
Interestingly, she didn’t dig to deep or questions my obvious fear, nor did she comment on how my thoughts seemed to be fractured in my head. She simply stated facts and allowed me the space to find the answer on my own. As I hung up the phone, I thought to myself and chuckled. Seriously? Did I really just make a phone call to someone, my Sister 20 years my junior, to determine my happiness? I suppose I felt the need for some validation in my thought process. Huh, go figure.
I had all the pieces of the puzzle just lying on the table and just felt I needed some help putting them together. My Sister is my hero and probably the person I admire most present day. She is who I used to be and who I aspire to become again. We share the same birth sign and zest for adventure and the journey. The difference, I let the routine of life and what society deemed the right path take over and she didn’t.
Although we are far apart in age and miles, I remain closely connected with love. My intention today was to write about my experiences of what the universe provided yesterday and another fragment of my life, but now as my fingers touch the keyboard, it appears my heart has some things of its own to share. I am grateful. Perhaps the next Blog will define yesterday’s events, but today, perhaps with some divine intervention, I give thanks to my Sister, my “Life Coach,” with all of her beauty, inside and out.