Monday, January 25, 2010

Monday Travels




I'm off to New Mexico and right on time this arrived in my mailbox from Gratefulness.org:


To travel hopefully is better than to arrive.

-- Robert Louis Stevenson

16 comments:

  1. I hope this is a good trip for you. Your flipping back and forth, as mentioned in your other post, sounds exhausting, to say the least.
    Deep breathe...stay hopeful

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  2. Traveling mercies, and many blessings, upon you AND your work. May the Spirit move within, and enliven all of the good people gathered there. May Love inspire, lead, guide, and shelter you.

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  3. The homeland! :) Have a most excellent trip and enjoy some green chile.

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  4. I'm wishing for some enchantment for you!

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  5. Sending peace vibes. Hopeful heart and discerning mind.

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  6. perfect.
    remember too that you are off to the land of "enchantment"! i hope that means all your diligent work will shine for a brighter future and a better NOW!

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  7. Have an awesome trip! May your heart stay hopeful and strong. Much love to you!

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  8. Have a great trip. May you find hope.

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  9. wonder if you read "Sing Down the Moon?" You'll be in the area .....

    Blessings on your travels - enjoy the crisp sheets and plentiful towels :)

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  10. C'mon, let me hear you say it, "NO ACCIDENTS!"

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  11. Wonderful time of year for New Mexico. Hot peppers, cold air. Hope you have a peaceful, happy time.

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  12. Hope you have a great trip! Also, I hope I didn't offend you with my Switzerland comments. I guess we didn't have a very good experience there. I do agree it is a beautiful country, but the healthcare we recieved there was not the same as we have here in Atlanta. Maybe it was just the doctor and not the country. Maybe with your husband being Swiss it would be different. Being half German/ American we had people in our faces all the time basically telling us to go home. My son was beat up and told he was an f ing American. My son didn't have any clue why he was being beat up. This happened on several occations. I am sorry you have had such a hard time with your daughter and insurance and might feel the same way if I didn't have excellant insurance. We have been very lucky.

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  13. Elizabeth, I hope this trip brings you closer to a dream come true.

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  14. I hope your work and your trip goes well.

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  15. Happy trails to you. I sincerely hope you find the help and comfort you need.

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