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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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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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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

Peace and love and jazz

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Flow

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“The figure in this card is completely relaxed and at ease in the water, letting it take him where it will. He has mastered the art of being passive and receptive without being dull or sleepy. He is just available to the currents of life, with never a thought of saying “I don’t like that,” or “I prefer to go the other way.” Every moment in life we have a choice whether to enter life’s waters and float, or to try to swim upstream. When this card appears in a reading it is an indication that you are able to float now, trusting that life will support you in your relaxation and take you exactly where it wants you to go. Allow this feeling of trust and relaxation to grow more and more; everything is happening exactly as it should.” ~ Osho.com

I like to think of myself as someone who flows. It’s a fitting card for my nomadic lifestyle.

Peace and love and all that jazz

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Happiness Project 49

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1.  Safe Water

Knowing the water is tested and safe is great. Definitely a happy thing.

2.  Quote of the day

Talking about himself, the child said, “My life is awesome!” That will put a smile on my face.

3. Turkey

I like turkey. I look forward to it at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Today I cooked some. Yep, it’s not Thanksgiving or Christmas. I rubbed the 3 pound turkey (beast)* breast with Cajun seasoning and popped it in the slow cooker. Five hours later it was moist, tender, and delicious.

Gratitude Helps and Heals

I am grateful for the opportunities I have to travel and for the random turkey moments.

Peace and love

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* Items in parenthesis are messages from The Muse, Autocorrect

Happiness Project 48

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1.  Yellow Hammer RV

Life on the road entails finding places to land for varying periods of time. I managed a spot here for a week or so while I visit my cardiologist. I’m not sure where is next. That’s ok.

2.  Vero

I’m enjoying this new social media outlet.

3. My Mentor

My mentor has come to play for a few days. It’s always good when he visits.

Gratitude Helps and Heals

I am grateful for safe travels. I’ve driven a lot more than usual in the last couple of weeks.

Much love to you.

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Happiness Project 47

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Here we are in March. Saint Patrick’s Day and the Ides have come and gone. I’ve found my next camp site on The Hero’s Highway.

1.  The Extra Kick on April Fool’s Day

My sense of humor gets an extra boost this year. The celebration of the resurrection of Christ and April 1st are the same day this year. I foresee some twisted and sacrilegious humor in my future. Bad Nomad. Bad! 🤣🤣🤣🤣

2.  Life

As usual life itself amuses me no end. Sometimes I find myself laughing for no apparent reason. For instance, much as I wish I had friends to visit in Kingston, Surrey County, Jamaica, I don’t. They keep calling though. hahahaha

3. Time at The Hill House

I stayed with my most excellent friends for a week. It is a sad and happy time. For me the Happy out weights the sad. Much love is shared. Much fun is had. Adventure abounds.

I am grateful for my rolling home. I am grateful for my nomadic lifestyle.

Much love to you.

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Full moon in Virgo part 1

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3.2.18

I’m camping at Magnolia Branch Wildlife Preserve with Belle and Elliot.

Today’s adventures:

We went to the Wind Creek Casino Grill for breakfast. I had a cheese, spinach, and bacon omelette, a biscuit, strawberry jam, unsweetened tea, and hash browns. It was tasty.

Afterwards we toured the impressive casino facilities: two gift shop, huge pool, gambling floors, hotel, buffet, spa, a couple of bars, game room, cooking classes, bowling alley, movie theaters, coffee shop, liquor store, amphitheater, and the Grill. We boogied to the music 🎶 from the rocking rock.

Back at World HQ we hiked to the creek and went wading. We hiked to the burn pile and picked up giant pine cones. Later we hiked down the road, saw some geese, and played kick the pine cone.

We hiked a couple of miles total. Pretty good considering one of us was only one year old.

We trekked to David’s Catfish House for supper. I had two catfish filets, coleslaw, hush puppies, and turnip greens. I liked it all but the greens. The prices were reasonable and they had an intriguing decor that included a phone booth in case one needed to transform into a super hero.

On the way back to World HQ we made a short trip to Florida.

I’m looking forward to what tomorrow brings.

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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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