turning and returning to forgiveness above all,
adding plenty of acceptance into the mix
and moving on, chin up, and embracing life as the adventure it truly is.
after all, i am an example to my children and to those i love, possibly an example to many who are reading me at this very moment.
so so sooooooo much has happened since february. feels like a tsunami!
only this week have i begun to re surface
although believe me, i have been non stop.
1. the move: a notice from richard's trust that 60 days is all i had (now you begin to understand my need for forgiveness)
thinking cap worked a miracle and took
me south to baja california where i spent 3 days looking at houses to rent for half the price i would pay either in california or chile.
i remembered vacations there with my children and thought it would be ideal since only 4.5 hours from my daughter and about half an hour from some friends who retired there and have been very happy.
i rented an apartment for three days and did a thorough search, found a darling townhouse on the last day, committed, and signed a lease.
2. grieving put on back burner
3. lists and packing begins
4. garage sales and craigslist listings concurrent
5. friends and family pitch in to help
6. a ray of hope. two. a few creative moments.