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    Beth Berk

    What a beautiful story of an ordinary shopping trip that became extraordinary. Appreciating abundance comes only after recognizing it. Thanks for reminding me!


    Your spirit belongs everywhere.


    This is a nice story Carol. I like that you noticed the beauty and abundance that is all there for us to enjoy. We're the only ones limiting ourselves but you chose to permit yourself to have a little fun with some pleasure. Those shoes are nice too and sound so comfortable.


    Love. This. All of it. The story, your learning, your way of telling it. Go, you. (big smile happening over here. big, big smile.)

    (and, a brazen, unsolicited idea: remember the address of that store? send this story to kate ...)

    Deb Siverson

    I feel called to go to Santa Fe. I can just picture in my mind the color and pleasure of those moments.


    Beth--Thanks for pointing out the ordinary transforming to extraordinary aspect. We ARE living in an age of abundance, if you think about what each of us has access to.

    Laura--Namaste. The divine in me bows to the divine in you. Hope you are well.

    Pat---It's a life time journey to get out of one's way, isn't it? If you are interested in seeing the shoe, go to and click on the Welcome in the upper right corner and click on "Shoes from A-Z". Then go to the shoe named "Travel", under T.

    Deb--Thank you for your support and encouragement. Means a lot to me, knowing you are a such a fine writer. We are thinking along the same lines re: Kate. I woke up this morning thinking that I wanted to send the post to the owner of the company, asking her to pass on to Kate.

    Deb Siverson--Yep, all of Santa Fe seems to be awash in gorgeous colors, especially this time of year. Forsythia were already blooming.

    Laura Drury

    Truly abundance is knowing that you - that I - am more than enough! What a wonderful story you have woven! Thank you for letting me take that trip with you. What a joy! I look forward to your book for surely you could write one!


    Hey, thanks, Laura, for the kind words. Yes, we are enough, aren't we?

    Appreciate the vote of confidence on writing a book! It's not calling me at this moment, but I trust that I'll know when the time is right.


    Thanks for opening up and sharing your most intimate journeys through your stories. It seems to me it all boils down to our own inner sense of worth and worthiness. Which ironically, often eludes even those that have material abundance.


    Glad you stopped by, Natalie. Love your insight that we can have material abundance and still not feel worthiness. Things don't make us feel worthy. Only people (ourselves included) can make us feel worthy.


    nice. I love this.

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