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I always tell people I work with that they don’t have to go looking. What they need to know will come to them when they need to know it, buy no prescription Aerolin (Ventolin) online. Rx free Aerolin (Ventolin), Information that finds us ‘lightens” us. It’s an invitation to remember that we are not alone and we have a choice to participate in a Divine ordering, Aerolin (Ventolin) no prescription. “Snoopy” info just serves to anchor in the very fears we think we can escape in “learning the facts.”

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“He has to move out and I have to be firm in that. Buy Aerolin (Ventolin) Without Prescription, I’ve already lost him. Getting him out of the house just makes it official and will start getting me through those “firsts” without him, fast shipping Aerolin (Ventolin). Aerolin (Ventolin) price, That’s why I had to know about the flowers. Why you guys [angels] had to tell me. I needed to see …”

2010: Ah. Now I know why I had to know, Buy Aerolin (Ventolin) Without Prescription. Even though it hurt like hell, I knew Who was talking. I had to trust the process. I could have done some real damage had fear and I been looking for those flowers.

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  • Post Number Nine: I’m behind. Writing under the wire. Have had to re-think my posting schedule a little – because I am now living the life I feared was being taken away back then. (Plus, my other muses are starting to feel abandoned.) So, I am going for the highlights folks.  With my Angel’s permission, of course!



  • A Funny Thought: If I could go back in time, right now, I would tell Bernadette that she should hold onto her hat because this is just the beginning of her psychic flashes, Buy Aerolin (Ventolin) Without Prescription. And I would also tell her to be grateful – they are way more preferable to hot flashes!



  • About This Post: I’m attempting to merge the nine months recorded in Bernadette’s Pages with the present here – but still can’t figure out how to format it in a neat and tidy way. So, it’s probably going to be raw and choppy in places. I’ll throw in some quotes and bullets to guide you along. If I lose you somewhere, let me know. I’ll come back to get you.



The Messy Room and my Facebook Page are two ways that I share the “HOW” of it. Please join me and SPREAD THE WORD. You CAN get here from there!

 

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  • March 13, 2010 at 11:22 pm
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    Okay. I know a lot of folks who read this blog … but who say they are shy about commenting … especially being the first! I’m breaking the ice. If you all knew each other the way I know you … you wouldn’t be shy at all! And to those who are “new” to this blog … WELCOME! You are not here by accident!

    • March 13, 2011 at 11:10 am
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      Re-reading this on March 13, 2011 … And it’s STILL true. What finds me lightens me … what I snoop for does not. Love … or fear? A choice we make.

  • October 18, 2010 at 8:29 am
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    Sometimes it’s the fear of loss that is most painful…the loss itself becomes almost a sigh of relief. All the horribles that danced in the “unknowing” … all of the “blame” that darted in and out of the shadows…limps down a path of ‘what if’s’ and ‘why didn’t I’s’ or ‘what did I’ (fill in the blank…do to deserve this…). A jug with a crack still has a job to do but how often do we throw it away, fail to recognize that the break makes the broken jug perfect…pieces glued back together…the crack, a constant reminder to take care before the whole becomes less than the sum of its parts. Can’t water with it? Put flowers there. The jug leaks? Water with it…let the cracked jug nourish thirsty plants and seeds! Sometimes the glue holds; sometimes it doesn’t. And when it doesn’t, the chards make lovely mosaics. I’m happy the glue is holding for you and Ray. You’re an inspiration.

    • October 18, 2010 at 5:35 pm
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      Beautifully shared, Sharron. YOU, my dear, touch my soul more times than you know … Call me selfish but I love it when you have time to “visit” and share your wisdom. What a picture you paint with words. Yep, that “jug” got tossed into the trunk for Goodwill … or should I say “lack of goodwill” … more than a few times but keeps getting dragged back out 🙂 and re-purposed for love!

  • March 14, 2011 at 9:12 am
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    I think that sometimes, awareness taps slightly on our shoulder, and sometimes uses a sledge hammer to break up the dam of denial so the pressure can be released. To me, a key insight is what you would have told THAT Bernadette if you could have went back..hindsight is sooo 20/20, but for me it’s hard..as I have six legs..how far back should I go???…:)

    • March 17, 2011 at 10:35 am
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      The way you make people smile, Ant … I don’t think you need to worry about any backtracking 🙂 Those “six legs” are for moving forward and keeping the rest of us out of trouble! Hey … get a Gravatar and put your mug on here …

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