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It’s been a little over a month since I moved to New Hampshire from Texas. The journey has actually been more of an emotional and spiritual one than a geographic one. So many changes on so many levels.

pic     Today is the first day I’ve actually felt comfortable in my new life. (I’m oh so slow to adapt to new places.)

My little apartment is tinier and more expensive than my Texas apt. No walk-in closets here. But I’ve got everything set up and put away, and am getting my cat Lexie’s cystitis pills down her more easily now, and outside my livingroom picture window is the most beautiful garden. My landlord loves to garden, and I’m so grateful for his handiwork.  

But the huge wonderfulness of this move - and the reason it was worth every pulled muscle and every dollar the moving company charged—- is that I can see my grandchildren almost every day. I’ve established a new bond with both teenager grandkids, and the new baby is 8 months old and my love for them all truly makes my heart feel huge.  

Just thought I’d share this update with my Fab 40 Sisters.  

Top photo: Lexie relaxing on her window seat.  

pic     This is the view out my window.

pic     Kirby pulled a few feathers out, but has adjusted and is loving her new place. She sits by one of the windows and shrieks at people outside. They love her! happy

pic     The pink chandelier hangs in the kitchen.  

Right now my windows are open and someone is playing music nearby. Although it’s summer, I can feel autumn in the air, with all its promises.

Prayer: May all sentient being everywhere be in homes and feel peace. I especially pray for the flood victims in Pakistan and the fire victims in Russia, and all the animals.

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