It is hard to fathom how much has been going on with me since my last post — which seems like eons ago.
I have relocated to the tiny southeastern Colorado town depicted in my banner (above) and am awash in a new world of communication snafus. No cell phone service, intermittent internet at my home computer, and no landline (yet).
But that’s really okay, since I am now finishing up a book that I need to deliver to the publisher in about a week. So, the fewer distractions, the better. The book, Be Filled With Faith, is set for release by Blue Mountain Arts in March 2010 – my first solo title with them. Up until now, they have published a handful of my greeting cards, plus included individual verses in about a dozen or so of their gift anthologies.
Also, I am treasuring my last week with my daughter, who heads off to a distant college next week. Plus, about two weeks ago, she and I traveled to the Washington, DC area for a wonderful week with family.
So, amidst the unpacked boxes and bags, unmade phone calls and emails, etc., I am basking in my newfound community – embraced by my generous and caring rural ranch country friends, sustained by offers of fresh eggs, plums off the tree, and a 25-lb watermelon (among much more to nourish body, mind and spirit!); and luxuriating in the emptiness that surrounds me with its richness.
As you might presume, nearly everything I’ve ever written about is manifesting in my life in an accelerated manner — and I couldn’t be more thrilled!
Give me another week or so and I hope (!) to get back to blogging with some regularity. In the meantime, continue to clear and release, embrace new opportunities, and leap into this amazing new world that is unfolding as we speak. Never has there been so much support available to those of us who are committed to the manifestation of our highest truths and most cherished dreams…