My little girl flies home
Still sick, didn’t sleep well. I woke up at 3 am, tossing and turning, but I got up early, walked Frankie and left to get my little girl (Phoenix, 22, so not so little, but will always be MY little girl) at the airport. She came home from being away in Brazil for the last 7 weeks. Her flight was on time, and she came through the doors, beaming. I ran to her and gave her a big hug… and shed a tear or two. We chatted and caught up. We went to her new apartment to unload her stuff, then went out to see her Nan, went grocery shopping and then back to the apartment. She was exhausted and had lots to do to settle into her new place, so I said goodbye and decided to get my hair cut… I desperately needed a trim. When I got home the carpet guys were there installing the new carpet downstairs. Looking good! The phone rang and agent #1 let us know that her second client has decided not to come by tomorrow because she really needs two bathrooms on the main floor. Okay then. We called agent #2 immediately and told her to draw up the listing papers (we had told agent #1 that we would be signing with agent #2 and she convinced us to wait until she brought this one client through before we draw up any paperwork... we agreed, but told her that if nothing happened with this client, we would be signing up with our first choice. She understood as did agent #1. We made sure both parties were clear on our intentions).
The sign should be in the ground on Monday… as planned from the very beginning. Work tomorrow, psychic reading tomorrow night at Keri’s girls’ night out, Huna Healing workshop on Saturday and Sunday and Mum and Dad stopping over on their way home from Texas. Busy next couple of days… hope my cold gets better soon, I need the energy.
Thank you Spirit, I’m learning to surrender. It will be what it will be.
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