I love walkie-talkie stuff. My sister and I had Chiquita Banana Walkie Talkies and inbetween building forts of our mom’s sheets in the livingroom we would run around the neighborhood testing their range (which was about 10 feet).
1985 was when I was stuffed in a Greyhound bus and taken from the secret Scientology International Base with WAY MORE PEOPLE THAN SHOULD HAVE BEEN ON BOARD to help fight for RELIGIOUS FREEDOM in Portland Oregon.
We marched the streets chanting. We slept on the floor of the Portland Organization (Church) in hallways. The senior executives stayed in fancy hotels. I was chosen to be a Communicator for Nancy Pomerantz. In ENGLISH, I was her PERSONAL ASSISTANT. It meant I got to have AN ACTUAL WALKIE TALKIE and communicate over it in ACTUAL HAM RADIO LANGUAGE. Granted, this was for a few weeks of my life but I will always remember what 10-4, ‘what’s your 20’ and 10-10 mean.
I’ve got to share that whole experience in another blog post.
The point of this blog post is to share feelings about people in my life.
To anyone that knows me reading this post I can sincerely tell you that I feel for you exactly what you feel for me. Actually, DOUBLE my feelings for you.
This goes all the way back to the day I was born.
I have learned so much in the last 10 years. As I wrap up my 40’s I have to say that this point has become crystal clear.
No matter how old you are or when you came into my life I can see clearer now than ever before. That is very grounding and makes me feel good.
Forget “Facebook Friends” and “Likes” and the “Followers”. That is superficial bs in my opinion. You know who your friends are by that energy you get and hopefully you give it back double.
Think about the people around you and what they give you. Don’t second-guess or question it – it is for real!
Last night was a special night for me. I’ve never experienced something like I did. It was overwhelming and heartfelt. I want to thank our friends that wanted to celebrate and send us off onto our next adventure. I’m reading the notes and I admit I’m crying. I know exactly what I am going to have as a giant void in my life when we lift off and that part just sucks.
It’s not a complete 10-10 just yet. 🙂
But that day is coming soon and I’ll be in touch with my 20.
Check out this CRAZY delicious cake made by Lizzy Whitlock. Without a doubt she is a young woman to keep an eye on – I can’t wait till she opens up her own business. Thank you Lizzy!!
I will put more photos on my blog as they come rolling in. I didn’t take ONE photo last night which is a miracle. What a night packed with so much LOVE. Ugh my heart!