I woke up this morning reflecting on another month ending. Just last month I started the journey of leaving Baja, a place I called home for 2 years. I gave away most of my things (again)…I said my good-byes and traveled north. As I traveled north on the roads I regretted that this was the first time of driving through Baja, each time Bruce and I traveled it was by the 90 minute flight. The terrain was beautiful and the 2 day trek allowed my mind to be grateful for the world that I live in.
As each mile passed I smiled and thanked the universe for the past and welcomed the future.
As I write this I am looking out from a very different window than I was last year. The trees are covered in snow hanging down so majestically. The fire is blazing and my little dog is laying next to me, I swear he looks like he is smiling in his sleep!
I can’t imagine being happier than I am at this moment and yet I know I will be happier next week, next month, next year. That is life, choosing to live life to the fullest, but it is a choice. I didn’t just fall into this life I lead, I worked and struggled and achieved what I wanted. Is life perfect? Of course not, but that is what makes the journey so exhilarating.
Last month brought me up the Baja, through California, Oregon and now Washington. I get to spend time with my granddaughter every week. I am now a part of her life, not just someone who comes to visit.
I reflect and am grateful for the journey and the path I get to walk each day. And the best part….I have this little pumpkin to show me the way!