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Everyday Magic

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I follow the Magic in the Everyday blog. It is cool. You might like it too. It’s upbeat and fun.

Recently the author posted a list of things that made her feel lucky and she challenged her readers to give it a try.

Here is my list of things that make me feel lucky.

1. I am still alive. My pacemaker keeps the ticker ticking.
2. I live in my rolling home and go where I please.
3. I am active and in pretty good physical shape.
4. I feel free.
5. I don’t need permission.
6. I have sufficient income.
7. My time is my own.
8. I drive a wonderful Jeep Wrangler.
9. I love and I am loved.
10. I love my lifestyle.

These also things that make me happy and things for which I am grateful.

What makes you feel lucky?

Peace and love and luck!

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Who Makes You Happy

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I read this on the Magic in the Everyday Blog and it inspired me to list who makes me happy.

  1. Me – If I don’t choose “happy” there is not a lot anyone else can do. That being said, on with the list.
  2. My children
  3. My grand children
  4. My family
  5. My guru
  6. My tribe
  7. My cardiologist
  8. Drew Hopper
  9. Clyde Butcher
  10. Ram Dass

The longer I sit with this list the longer it will be.

Who helps you with your happiness?

Creating love, joy, and peace.

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Wandering Wednesday Photo

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The patriotic photo prompt is from Ingrid, Live Laugh RV. Check out her blog.

This is the Liberty Day Celebration in small town USA. It almost seems like a scene from a Norman Rockwell painting.

Happy Fourth of July.

Peace, love and luck!

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Lost in Paradise Con’t

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Being Lost in Paradise requires appropriate music.

I think Jimmy Buffett’s Cheeseburger in Paradise is perfect for this occasion. Maybe I’ll even have a cheeseburger in paradise before I go.

Much love to you.

Share your joy. Tell use something that made you happy this week.

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Embrace the paradox

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I live in a vehicle. “Normal” society could consider me homeless since I’m a nomad with limited resources. Jodi got it right. Read an economics textbook.

Attacking the rich is not envy, it is self defense. The hoarding of wealth is the cause of poverty. The are’t just indifferent to poverty; they create and maintain it.

⁃ Jodie Foster

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Myku 46

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Ramen Tomato
Onion Unsweet Tea Vodka
Life in Paradise

©️JR Cline
4.29.18

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Eggs and Tunes in Paradise

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I went to Columbiana Alabama today. I visited the Art Council and admired the pottery and the paintings. Afterwards I walked down to The Farm Company on Main Street.

While I was there I picked up a dozen organic chicken eggs and a United Methodist Hymnal. Go me! hahahaha

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The undifferentiated cosmic continuum

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I’ve been infected by taco trucks. After The Belle of the Ball hooked me up three times, my life changed forever. It was a gastrocosmic enlightening.

I’ve made fish tacos and tuna tacos and turkey breast tacos. Today I made salsa. It was spicy 🌶.

Spicy salsa taco day rocked!!!!

Peace and love and tacos!

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Another Day in Paradise

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Peace and love and joy and all that jazz

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From a text convo

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I’m not sure what this means.
“New babes that live fear cars.
Don’t drive when want the babes.
Pay for Uber.”

6.7.18

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