Smuggler's Cove Condo
Travel Blogs from Fort Myers Beach
... in my life as a lesson my Spirit will have me learn. Skin cancer is a reflection of the harsh judgments I held against myself, my skin color and my race/incarnation. I also had judgments against the medical world thinking I was above that because I was spiritual and studied the mysteries, traveled to Egypt and sacred sites. After diagnosed I ran to the medical world only to be embraced even though I didn't have insurance ...
... Wai Harbor, they relocated to Florida. They purchased a very nice home, on solid ground, with pool, landscaping, a garage workshop for Dave and studio for Nancy. This trip afforded us the opportunity to visit them in their new digs and check out the Cape Coral area, one that we had only driven through in the past.
The house was as advertised, well found ...
... I turned to spiritual principles to look at what is going on in my household that might be upsetting her. According to Louise Hay (one of my go-to gurus) stomach and intestinal problems have to do with dread, fear of the new or not feeling nourished. Well it wasn’t too difficult to identify the problem.
Back up to about six months ago. My husband had a small mole on his face that came out of nowhere. ...
... the time to move a bit faster!
But even with the countdowns I still can't believe I only have two weeks left in America! I have somehow managed to get my life organized when I was sure it wasn't possible.
My house is 90% boxed up and ready to move next weekend! Surprisingly!
Once I am out of my place for good I will stay with my Dad and sister for some quality time. Then I have nine days of work left and see ya! ...
... days later
when the wind was blowing quite strongly, my neighbors helped me to
roll it back up. Between the three of us, and none of us knowing what
we were doing, we managed to break one of the arms. I found a mobile
RV repair fellow (the fellow is mobile) and he came by the next day
and replaced the arm. He also gave me a lesson in bringing down and
putting up the awning. Cost of this learning experience: $150.