A). Almond Butter is better than Peanut Butter:
A friend was very kind to bring me a jar of Almond Butter to try since I had never tasted it. This was in response to my reading about the excellent nutritional value of it compared to Peanut Butter.
I tried it on a cracker and then a piece of bread. Without a doubt, I know that I will not return to consuming mere Peanut Butter. Why it would be like looking at a Paint-by-Number when you could turn around and be enjoying a Picasso. You get my drift here.
B). Unconditional Love
I have stated many times that I am blessed to be the recipient of unconditional love from my dog daily…no, hourly. It is pure love and total acceptance. You realize in the company of a dog you tend to be more comfortable by not being judged as it can be with humans. Because my dog could care less if I wear a bra or makeup. Or, even comb my hair or shower! Day in and day out, I am greeted in the morning with a soft nudge as I climb out of bed, and Zen proceeds to perform a happy dance that I have finally emerge from sleep to enjoy our day together. So far, I have not encountered that kind of morning performance from any human.
C). Experiencing love does not have an expiration date.
You are never, never too old to fall in love. Case in point, I recently heard of a 104 year-old man who was in a nursing home who fell in love with a lady who was also a resident.
That being said, with the possibility of it happening in my life; I am going to post something that I wrote when I was entertaining joining a dating website. However, it turned out it just wasn’t for me to join one. Posting it here is as good as it gets. So, if there is a gentleman who is reading this and would like to correspond and such…. Bring it on!
My ad read: “What if?”
I live by the sea, but my heart belongs to the forest. I visit it as much as possible. As I am sitting resting my back against a fir tree, with my dog lying next to me, you appear on the trail with your dog.
We introduce ourselves and you join me sitting with your dog that is now curled up next to Zen. In our conversation, it is mutual that we are experiencing a comfort level and connection. While talking, we discover how much we love walking in the forest and both have a common mutual goal in life, to live off the grid in a small cottage on acreage. We love the idea of raising chickens and enjoying fresh eggs daily, the ability to pick fresh fruit and veggies from the garden.
We discover mutual traits we both hold that is required of friendship: respect, kindness, humor and an open mind to explore the infinite possibilities of the Universe receiving its magic and blessings.
We get each other and our mutual dreams quite nicely. We know, in our future. that we can live “happily every after” because we both believe in the magic of intention, quantum physics and all the spiritual tools available which aid to create a future together and ultimately live our lives in joy, success and fun. We love to dance.
So, on which forest trail will I find you?