Scenery From My Walk


It has taken a long time (because of my tech shortcomings) but I have finally included a pic from my daily walk. My lovely friend Donna - who shares the same scenery because she lives near me - took this pic.

Yes, you are right. I am VERY blessed...! For nine years this beautiful scenery has kept my vibration elevated. All I need to do is put on my walking shoes, step outside my door and within five minutes I am gazing out over this peaceful vista.

Love and Light
Sierra









 

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  1. Without wishing to blow your cover--- west of golf course looking to sand bar and D'Urville Is. Love your work-been a reader of your stuff for a year or more--Cheers Merkin

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    1. Spot on...! Lovely to meet you fellow local.

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    2. Not local anymore-now in awestruckenandfailure--was born and breed there though back in the mid 50s to mid 60s lovely place to be brought up in as a kid-was awake from a young age but didn't really know it--now I know.

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    3. Me too - I knew things were wrong from a young age. When we were in our early teens, my brothers and I called out the local minister of our church about all the BS he was preaching.
      I was just talking to a friend in Sydney. The Aussie situation is gob-smacking. Every time I talk to him, I am so shocked by what is going on over there. I feel blessed to be sheltered from it. So far. Fighting on....!

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  2. Beautiful! Love and Light, Sierra!

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    1. It is very peaceful and soothing, Jan. I am indeed fortunate. Love and Light to you.

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    1. Indeed...! I am most grateful. It keeps me going every day. Hugs to you.

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  4. What a morning walk to have. If that don't give you peace and the joy you wish nothing will. What a beautiful way to start your day every day. Thanks for sharing your morning walk with us all. Much light to you. Randy

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    1. Hi Randy. I am grateful every day for my lovely beach walk - and I tell God/Source that I am grateful. When the craziness gets too much, I always step outside and go for a walk. The walkway has a lot of doggie traffic. I love dogs and know many of them by name. Lots of patting...!

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  5. I long to see the ocean once again. It has been decades since I've had the opportunity.

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    1. Deb, I cannot imagine what it is like to live in heartland USA and never see the sea. We Kiwis have the ocean in our veins. You will get to enjoy it when you come and stay with me!

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  6. I have always wanted to visit NZ. Looks so peaceful. Hopefully some day.

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  7. I hope you get to visit too, Mogie. When humanity is free, and we can all travel, I am coming to your lovely country to visit my many USA friends. See you on either side of the Pacific!

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  8. Lovely scenery! That is Stress Reduction. Thanks for sharing. Love and Light, DD

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    1. Thanks DD. Yes, it works wonders for me in reducing stress. Love and Light to you.

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