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Thursday, August 15, 2013

See You Long Time

Oh my! Even surprised myself at it being almost five months. In defense of not having a defense I will say that I was sick for a month after returning to Colorado at the end of March. Plain lost interest I guess. Not satisfied with picture results and have been completely caught up the last two months with a sale of property and a move to a new home. Stuff like that. Most of it is done except for a couple tasks of winterizing to be done. This is what I wrote at the other place -

One thing has struck me in the last couple months and that is so many people I meet have/are or are going to have significant changes in their lives. It may be by choice or not. Might not be for the better either but it's happening. More boomers than not like myself. Needs to be said as well that not as many but there are a good number who just wanna keep on working.

I asked Fred how long he'd been selling insurance. "Right at 42 years". Ever think about hanging it up? Fred responded with "I'll probably do it to the end". If that's what gets people off good on you.


I sold the small RV I had to a young lady who was educated, hard traveled just returning from Thailand. She was excited about life and understood the simple things can bring pleasure and great quality of life. Disappointed too after seeing what's out there and where we are at here.


My changes in the last two years have been by choice. The place I was living was sold and I moved to town. I never imagined this was going to be the place. In came together in a coincidental way - the way things happen to me including a time many years ago with some of the same players.


I am excited in the changes I made for myself. It is the beginning of a completely new and different chapter in my life. It feels good and am soooo fortunate to have what I have. Knowing a move was inevitable (plus it was faster than anticipated) I find that the criteria I wanted in my life was here - almost every bit of it and just didn't see it.


I hope to post more now. The move is over and just about settled in. One of criteria I had was to walk or bike whenever possible. Have been doing both quite a bit. Friday I actually had a purpose for pedaling and it was to deliver some the best ever sweet corn I picked up for the second time in Pueblo to some long time friends here in Walsenburg.  I went down.


Point being - - - - - WEAR GLOVES. If I hadn't had them on it would have been the emergency room for sure. It's not the first time gloves saved my butt. My hands are hurt the worst and I'm thinking two weeks anyway but it's fine damn day and I have a smile on my face.


I do have two posts on Costa Rica. I will get the one up soon. It's all been ready to go except for me I guess.

Thanks for stopping by.
TB

4 comments:

  1. I love it when we move through the crisis place and get to the other side...makes everything so worthwhile!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

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  2. Walsenburg will always hold a privileged place in my heart. In August, 1979, after I and my Sierra Club co-backpackers had finished a Sunday-Friday hike on the Rainbow Trail in the Weminuche Wilderness, we headed back home on Saturday, stopping in Walsenburg for baloney sandwich makings. I'll never forget eating those whitebread and tomato and lettuce and mustard and cheese and baloney sandwiches as we drove south down the interstate toward home.

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  3. Sounds like you guys were real hungry. I wonder what it was like here back then.

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