|Outside my window Saturday morning!|
I get my inspiration from many diverse places. Can you identify where the following two videos came from?
Did you guess Traveler's Insurance? Very good, please step to the head of the class. If you didn't, go get the dunce cap and wear it the rest of the day.(just kidding!) I have put myself in the position that I can't really move forward without the help of a buyer for the old place. I have totally made my mind up and do not regret my decision to sell-out, donate, give away or abandon most of my worldly possessions. I am sure many of you have been in the position that I am in. It causes some anxiety and apprehension, doesn't it? I am resoundly resolute in my decision to make this transition with composure, calmness, ease and tranquility. I am determined to fly like the proverbial eagle and not hesitate now that I see my door to freedom slowly open. I was reminded by my only Brother, last night, that patience was not among my virtues. How very true.
Once again, I offer you my sincere thanks for your patronage and especially for your comments. Just the fact that someone gives a hoot about your musings means a whole lot.
Love the commercial with the little dog worried about his bone in the commercial and the other one with the "cat burglar"ReplyDelete
Best of luck with your house sale sounds like you hate realtors as much as I do.
Hang in there Michael! It will just make your new life that much more enjoyable.ReplyDelete
Hey Ben~Good to hear from you. I don't really hate them, I just don't want to pay them $20k for something I think I can do.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jimbo. Great comment. I am sure you are right.ReplyDelete
The longest wait I had was the six months before retirement. I thought it would never happen, but it did and it will for you. Then you can join the rest of us in our journey of freedom.ReplyDelete
You're right where you should be, Friend! Guess what?! You're NORMAL!!! hee hee, I know, it shocked us, too, that we were 'normal' for once. It's so emotional because of all the major changes going on at once...any ONE of the changes made to shift to the full timer lifestyle would cause the feint of heart to give up..let alone all that is involved. If we can survive, I know you can, Michael! Now go play some Ridin' Tunes and get that motor runnin' and Ride, Sally, Ride that iron mustang! Praying like all get out that your buyer is on their way SOON! Be well!ReplyDelete
Hey we know how you feel we are in the boat next to you.ReplyDelete
John~Thank you. I know it will happen...just not when. See you soon!!!ReplyDelete
Kitty~Okay, I will got ride my beast. Thank you, I pray for you guys, too.
Kenny and Angela~Misery loves company? I think we will look back at these times and LOL!!(I hope)
Saying a little prayer for the sale to go through!!ReplyDelete
Hope the sale goes through if it's the deal you want/need. Yes, moving on the path to setting sail evokes so many emotions, like "What the HECK am I doing?!?!" :) It's a process and I bet you'll so enjoy being on the road in a lighter lifestyle. I've been reading my usual blogs, which includes yours, but have been pretty much too drained to comment coherently. We are still mutating into gilled creatures here in NJ.
Just got me a feeling that things won't take much longer now! I'm pulling for ya, buddy!ReplyDelete
Hi Michael: That's a tough gig when it's going on. I can testify, though, when it's done you'll find the weight of the world's been lifted off your back. A lot of it's weight you didn't even know was there.ReplyDelete
Hang tight amigo. The ride gets better, though maybe harder in a lot of ways. J
Sometimes it just helps to get it all down on paper..more or less..Patience is not my strong suit either but sometimes once you have done every thing there is to do we just have to sit back and wait ...ReplyDelete
I just read about this music museum in a mag. www.themim.orgReplyDelete
Might be of a slight interest to music oriented folks like you.
Michael - if you manage to stay calm through all of this, you are a much better person than I was. I was not a pleasant soul to be around when we were trying to get out on the road. Hang in there. It's going to happen soon.ReplyDelete