The unforgetable... Lake Weir
Mar 23, 2008
Jul 17, 2008
Unfortunetly I lost a lot of pics I took of this party. Only 2 remain. There is much more to this story, maybe I can expound another time. Also to Joan and Chris age 78 and 80, the oragami will live on. I am excited to teach to what they have taught me.
This was amazing. From finding this little beach on a dead end road, to meeting the Ocala Sailing Club and letting them take me under their wing. That night they took me to dinner at the local grill. I sat with John and his daught Serasti. She was the first person I noticed when I arrived at the beach, and kindly reached out to me by saying hello. It was that first gesture that triggered me to relax and slow down. It was great further chatting with her. Also a long time family friend, Charlene, the only female captain on the Ocala Sailing Club. They were to have a race the next day. They asked me to stay and see the race. I had never even been on a sail boat, how could I say no. I had the extra time, due to cutting out the west coast (which I had done because of physical problems I was having). I had a great sleep by the water. The next day we sailed, they raced, and then a feast. After the feast I performed in the little building, what a great turn out. That night, Ed and Lyn took me into their home. They offered a few times, I declined, but after the party was over and it got dark, a few young deralicks lingered in the park and would not leave. John and Ed insisted I go back with them. I am letting go of what I think I want and need, and rolling with the flow. When a door opens, let your mind open, let your worries fly out.