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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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Some Serendipity

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Carrying their iced lattes, the light warriors went out to sit on the white bench. Cross legged, they sipped and talked on the heavenly grounds. The dichotomy of the porch was a lesson in itself. One half with white seating, the other half with black. The yin/yang, the dualism was on display for all to see. Compassionate awareness embraced it all.

The latte drinkers, eyes twinkling, laughed as they drank it all.

It is a good now to be.

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A Good Day On Earth

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Wednesday as I sauntered through the French Quarter, the Universe manifested a fellow traveler. She was raising money to purchase a rocket ship. 🚀

Such noble endeavor.

We spoke of many things and lastly about my space and time machine and my travels through the universe.

I took her picture, contributed to the cause, and sauntered on.

It is a good day on planet earth.

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2018 – Intentions

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Jennifer McClusky shared a format for 2018 intentions. At first I tried to play (be ruled)* by the rules. 😉 Most of that fell by the wayside as the process took its own paths. Here are the intentions that came to me.

The Big Picture

This is a year of transformation, experiencing, and grounding. A time has come for greater productivity, creativity, abundance and consciousness in my life. I have spent many cycles at this frequency. It is time to let go at this level and begin to vibrate at a higher frequency.

Intention #1: I’m going to take the pause, the moment: to breathe, to regroup, to think. Most importantly I will take the pause to step outside the mind, the game, the illusion.

Intention #2: Experience the wonder of it all. Life is amazing. Everything. Rather than think about it using words I want the direct experience.

Intention #3: Continue my daily practice of being mindfully grounded. On the coldest day of the year so far, my bare feet stood on Earth as she spun and speed through space .

Intention #4: Renewal and growth. I want to change my habits. I want them to heal me physically, mentally, and spiritually. That is the starting point for growth. I’m not sure what all this means but it’s a place to begin.

Intention #5: Continue converting my rolling home into a nest that suits me. This is my World HQ. It is my base of operations. It is a safe place and place of inspiration. It continues to evolve.

Intention #6: Practice abundance in all areas of my life.

Intention #7: Practice remembering the conscious mind is just another organ. It’s not the witness.

Intention #8: Listen and be receptive to my inner voice. Be still and know.

Intention #9: Practice balanced spontaneity.

Intention #10: A black and white photo project featuring decay. This a symbolic project. As I toss out that which adversely effects my vibration or cast a dark light in my direction I will make room for nourishing, growth oriented experiences.

Intention #11: Do not fear change. Do not resist change. Embrace change. Keep the good let what does not empower me flow past. If I cling to what I know because it’s comfortable I hinder my own progress. Attachment is a trap. Clinging is a trap.

Intention #12: Flow in the magic of the wild cycles of life. In so doing I’ll get where I’m supposed to be.

Don’t forget #maya and big eyed aliens 👽 from Uranus.

*Everything in parenthesisis a message from The Muse, Autocorrect.

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Christmas Survey!🎅⛄🎄

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1. Favorite Christmas song: Grandma Got Ran Over By a Reindeer

2. Favorite Christmas Movie?: The Christmas Story

3. Favorite Christmas Cookie?: I’m not much of a cookie person.

4. Real tree or fake?: REAL TREE!

5. White lights or colored?: Colored for me, but I’m a fan of lights in general. I like the blinkers too.

6. Star or Angel on top of the tree?: A star because my daughter’s name is Starr.

7. Do you decorate outside?: Yes!

8. Favorite gift you received as a child?: I can’t recall a thing gift. But now I know it was the time with my parents and grandparents. It was their time and love.

9. Favorite gift received as an adult?: The Christmases with my children.

10. Best gift you’ve given someone?: I have no clue. You’d have to ask them.

11. Did you believe in Santa? I did and I do

12. How did you learn he wasn’t real? He is real.

13. Do your kids believe in Santa?: I hope so.

14. Favorite Christmas tradition?: All I have left is some eggnog and a slice of fruitcake. It has to be Claxton Fruitcake. I haven’t seen any but I think Santa is bringing some.

15. Do you prefer stockings or presents? Stockings are more fun to me.

16. What are you doing Christmas Eve? Spending it in New Orleans.

17. What are you doing Christmas day? I’m not sure but I’m in New Orleans.

18. Hot cocoa or egg nog? Egg Nog

19. Favorite Christmas book?: The Night Before Christmas

20. Favorite Christmas candy?: My mom used to make divinity.

21. What do you want for Christmas this year?: To spend it with people I love.

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Enso

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Life is an enso. Each moment is complete and perfect and then it’s gone.

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Happiness Project 23

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Happy Happy
Joy Joy
Another happy blog. 

1.  Babies 
I almost had a wonderful weekend with my <1 year old grandson.   Talk about fun.  All that beginner’s mind, curiosity, unconditional love, unbridled joy, and newness is awesome.  I can’t help but happy being with someone so fresh from “what is not this”. Maybe I’ll get another opportunity.  
2.  OD – The Order of Disorder 
It doesn’t get much more Zen than this.  I want to be a boobiesattva.   
3.  Answer change
I am usually carrying around at least two cameras. As a result I’m often asked, “Are you a photographer?”   I’m much happier now that I answer “yes”.   That doesn’t mean I’m a good photographer, but I do travel around taking photos on an almost daily basis.  That is one of my primary creative activities.  
Purple and white flowers

Share the joy.  If you want to, tell us something that made you happy this week. 

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It’s About the Lights 

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Every light is beautifully unique and shines where it will. I tried to save the world and found I had to save myself. As a light worker I polish my lamp. Maybe it shines on the world a wee bit. Maybe it just shines for me. I work out my own salvation with fear and trembling. My world is my tribe. Some remain but many of the brilliant and beautiful lamps that have lighted my way have transitioned. I travel on. 

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