Lately, I’ve been missing “home”, my little cottage abode in Sacramento.
I feel it calling me, with it’s comforting, soft colors, relaxed easy feel, and comfortable furniture.
Home is where I have my collection of crystals, needlepoints, and wooden pieces waiting to be decoupaged.
It’s like an old familiar friend calling me.
I’m in my second year of living part-time in Hawaii, part-time in Sacramento.
Even though I’m not retired, nor am I employed by any company, I’ve had the opportunity to explore my options, make enough money to survive, and I only have my family to thank for that.
While I’m in Hawaii my family keeps the home fires burning in Sacramento.
Wherever I am, I find ways to generate income by helping others, and selling things I’ve collected.
Today the thought occurred to me that I would love to have a home in both places, continue to go back and forth. Why not? I’m already doing it.
I’ve not been able to make a decision, or choose between the two places, picking one over the other as my destination of choice.
And for now, I’m okay with that.
I feel so much gratitude for the family members who have allowed me to come and go.
I call in blessings to them for their generosity of Spirit, as I have been truly blessed.
Thank you, Thank you Thank you! And So It Is!
Cottage Mavens, maybe you have family or friends that you would like to thank today. You can offer a blessing to them on a mini-altar, give them a call, or send them a note.
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