As I was… NM

Thursday, October 31st, 2019

… and yet, never the same!

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I wrote in my Book "Freedom On Both Ends of the Leash", in 2014, already 5 years ago…

"So many to say ‘Thank You’ to. So many, it would fill a book on its own. Throughout these past years, the beginning were the two of us. Spirit and I. Within such a short time a community was born. And what a community! You all know who you are. ‘Thank You’ for you support, your Friendships, your hospitality. your generosity. your kind words and quite often clearing those murky windows surrounding us letting the light in"

When two and a half years ago Spirit and  I halted our Journey, out of physical needs while not a “want”, I knew Life again was going to change from those interminable years on the road. When Spirit passed away on April Fourth 2018, I then "really" knew I was at a crossroad. There was no denying. My Love for my Buddy has been a privilege and one of the highlights in my Life. I am fortunate I have experienced it as such.

I quite often feel as I am still at that crossroad and in all fairness as I still write, daily quite often, I need to publicly say "until later" for now. "Idle" has been the word floating around these past months as the sails are not catching any wind only drifting with a present currant.

So… "until later…”

Classic Spirit

Stay well…
                 Ara and Spirit [R.I.P. 04~04~2018]

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4 Responses to “As I was… NM”

  1. Jen Chambers Says:

    Ara – i will miss your writing. I will continue to check back in the hopes that you have found some wind.

  2. Pam Reynolds Says:

    Still think of you often, Ara – thanks for just saying, “Hi”. The times we’ve spent with you are unforgettable: finding you with a flat tire in the dark in the gravelly range, visiting you at the Oasis and cooking over the fire, and then visiting you in your cozy home in Alamagordo. Then your many photos: right now I’m envisioning the “Day of the Dead” in Terlingua (sorry, my Spanish is not good).

    Fond thoughts,

    Pam “Zelda”

  3. greg Says:

    It has been a long journey and I thank you for letting me ride along.

    It took me a long time, in fact I’m still working on it, to learn that “drifting with the current” is not necessarily the evil-idle that my hard-working parents warned us kids about. Rather it can be a necessary recharging of the body and soul.

    And it seems to me that a crossroads is a good place to recharge.

  4. dale johnson Says:

    Always good to hear from you and your pictures are outstanding as usual.

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