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This morning I was woken by beautiful birds singing and the warm ocean breeze blowing through my bedroom doors. To anyone who has never experienced this relaxation, add it to your life list and multiply it by 10. It is amazing! It truly does begin your day on a positive, energizing note.
The moment I opened my door, there was a huge squirrell outside the window! Good thing I had my doors shut or I would have had a furry cuddle buddy. ...
It has been almost a month since Mom left....
... and just so you know... writing that last blog totally served its purpose of kicking my butt into gear... I rocked my way through a ton of Handbook content and then started on a major edit of my thesis... cutting almost a third of it and making way for new thoughts and concepts to be intertwined and woven throughout the stories that were already there. It took almost a week and a half of ...
... blog did the trick and I can spend the next few hours on the handbook draft :-)
Sending much love and many many hugs out to each of you. I hope that you are all happy, and living your own personal path with heart, whatever that may be for you. I would love to hear from any of you I haven't heard from in a while, with an update on your life these days :-) Really, I'd love to hear from all of you!!
Hugs and papaya smoothies from sunny Costa Rica.
... casa. It's a self contained house, just one bedroom downstairs and the upper part is your living area and kitchen. Currently the rate is $600/mo or just $20/night. Anyone want to come here, please contact me and I'll tell you how to contact her.
We have Luke as a neighbour ( a 22 year old rescue horse) and a bunch of guard dogs and cats!
We went to the market in Uvita for the last time on Saturday... :-(
But - we'd taken a photo of a poster ...
Waking up as the sun comes up to get down to the beach to catch the first good morning waves, spending the day on the ocean until the sun goes down and then relaxing with a cold drink in our hands as we watch the sun set out over the Pacific Ocean...that has really been the extent of our days for the last couple of weeks. We spent a week in Tamarindo, which is a small tourist town on the ocean, at some friends parents condo and then made our way down the coast to the beautiful ...