Category Archives: In Preparation for the Journey

Another Chapter Closing, Another Beginning …

It’s less than 24 hours before I take my leave of the Big Island once again. I’m ready, more than ready to go and I’ve been in a reflective, contemplative place with this leaving that I’ve so appreciated. It hasn’t … Continue reading

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The First Leg

(Well, I just came across this and in my effort to get current  with all my posts, I’m going backward and headed forward! here it is – better late than never!) It’s 10:30 pm Hawaii time on Monday, January 31 … Continue reading

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Tick … Tock …

(with thanks to David for this title!) In 12 hours or so, I’ll be boarding the first leg of my trip – Hilo to Honolulu for a 50-minute flight. That sounds pretty easy-peasy and fun to travel there with Bear! … Continue reading

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Testing …

Well, I thought I was feeling quite relaxed and easy. And really I was. And I even still am. But listen to this. I thought I’d give American Airlines a call just to confirm everything and to see if I … Continue reading

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Hokusai Says …

Weird, now I can’t quite leave Lex Brodie’s. Life is so funny! But I couldn’t go without posting this poem that Mary sent me yesterday. So perfect for Mary to find the perfect poem. That’s what she does, amongst so … Continue reading

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Even Lex Brodie’s can be a Sacred Place!

It’s 48 hours until my departure. I have crossed off more lists of things to do, things not to do, packed, re-packed, unpacked and then packed again, filled my Kindle with more books than I’ll be able to read in … Continue reading

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Skype …

… okay, so I’m behind the times a bit. But just this morning I had my first Skype call with my dear friend Mary Keelty … it wasn’t perfect in that I could see her, but she couldn’t see me … Continue reading

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