Time Warp

My daughter and I are visiting my parents in Phoenix. My daughter's 24th birthday is today and I've been swirling between memories of her birth and my circumstances then vs. now, and between ideas of my current age and the age of my parents... 77. We went for a walk tonight and they outpace me easily. Their lives are full and busy as mine is now. My sister dropped us at the airport yesterday and we had a short conversation in the car about how big changes can happen easily in your life if you stay tuned to the flow. I'm mulling on that as it seems I'm on the edge of some significant transition. Art? Location? Career? She's heading to Africa in January to visit a man we knew as children there, all due to an amazing series of synchronic events. Magical things seem to happen if you state your desires clearly and then get out of the way and let the universe do its work to bring them to you. First order of business- stating desires clearly.
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Becky said...

Happy Birthday to you, Morgan! I vote for ART, ofcourse. All art all the time. Art as a lifestyle. Art as a predominant means of communication with the rest of the world. Art as a never-ending path of growth and knowledge. Art that heals.
Have a great time, and I'll see you when you get back. Love ya, Becky

terry said...

Happy Birthday Morgan Skye,
I have such fond memories of you and your mom. Sweet photos of you both in texas, boston and p.town. love to you both

terry h.