Friday, April 12, 2013

L is for Life


I am learning in my old age to let go of some of the things I thought were important and just live. I've always had to  be in control of situations I was in. When they got out of control, it translated into something being wrong with me.

Since I have retired, I have done more living than I did in the first 50+ years of my life. Boy have I missed a lot. 

I am not afraid to travel. I am writing which has been my life dream. I am freely giving love to someone else. These are the things that make life worth living. 

So, tomorrow while I am packing my bags to go home, I know the next adventure is just around the corner. I am stepping out of my comfort zone and learning to live.

TTFN

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  1. I don't believe that you have missed that much. Life is a journey but to fully appreciate life you have to be ready for the experiences. Enjoy all the new adventures.

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    1. No, I probably haven't missed as much as I think I have. And I am living my life to the fullest.

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  2. Nice blog post Rebecka. I guess our comfort zones can change the minute we get comfortable.

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  3. Isn't it wonderful to explore all the possibilities? Hope you're enjoying this AtoZ Challenge. Great to meet you and hope you'll stop by The Write Game again to say hi.

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    1. Thanks, C. Lee. I have been trying to get to all the blogs at least once.

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  4. I agree. It wasn't until I turned 50 that I learned to ride a motorcycle. I will be 59 in July. I feel as though I just started living and meeting "real" people who make a difference for life instead of against it. There is a saying: Live to Ride and Ride to Live. I get it now, and living Life to the fullest is the only way!
    KaTy Did at: Life's Ride As I See It

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    1. KT, I just turned 59 in Feb. and I promised someone I would learn to ride again. I'm looking forward to lots of rides.

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  5. Hello, Rebecka! It's wonderful to hear this. I'm glad you're living the life you've always dreamed. Have fun!!!

    Happy A to Z-ing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines

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  6. Laura, thank you. It's a good place to be.

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  7. SO VERY TRUE!! I need to learn to let go of so many things!!
    Congratulations to you!
    Peanut Butter and Whine

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  8. Thanks, it was a long time coming.

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  9. Good for you Rebecka! Life is too short and too beautiful to get bogged down with unimportant things.

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