Bewildered

Going over to my sisters on the island for a couple days either tonight or tomorrow. Dan’s going with me. My sis and brother-in-law are not there, but I have to go every couple weeks and check on the house per their insurance coverage. So, I get to get away from my stressful life, lol, in Gulfport and hang out by her pool and on the beach for a couple days. It’s a rough life but someone has to live it.

I still am amazed daily that my life has turned out like this. Living here, in my cute house, good friends, and this amazing man. I can’t begin to explain how wonderful it is to have a drama-free relationship. More than 2 months later, we still have not even had an unpleasant moment. The closest we come to arguing is when we’re both trying to be the most considerate, and that just makes us laugh. We have become inseparable, moving from one house to the other. It works out well, we are only about 10 or 12 miles apart. His condo complex has the pool, and hot tub and his family close by. My house in Gulfport is nice because there is always something going on there we want to be part of.

I didn’t expect this. I expected I might find someone I wanted to spend 2 or 3 days a week with. I didn’t expect to meet someone whose company I enjoyed so much, and he mine, that we would rarely spend time apart. He says the same thing. It’s crazy. I still say, I had that picture in my head of the man I wanted for so long, and the universe crossed our paths when we were both ready.

Well, enough waxing poetic, lol. Today will be for getting laundry done, getting the houses in shape to leave for a couple days. I guess sometimes I just need to sit back and reflect on the path my life has taken to bring me to this place. It fills me with wonder. Like Rumi says in the poster below:

Bewilderment

Love and light to all.

7 responses to “Bewildered

  1. Sounds like you are having an exciting time. How much is that bewilderment stuff? Can I buy it in travel size so I can give it to simple folks and a-holes? I wouldn’t want to spend too much on them, they might think I give a crap. Karma to all, you reap what you sow.

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