This post is being written the night before I leave for my new home. When spirit instructed me to leave Los Angeles in August of 2010, after living there for over thirty years, I did it. I moved home to Louisiana, where I was born and raised. Being a very liberal Californian, I knew and everyone who knew me, knew it would be a culture shock. It was and if it wasn’t for my family it might have been hard. When I arrived from California I was an emotional, menopausal mess. My best friend had died, and finances were tough. But I was very blessed, I had my family to nurture me and allow me to heal and recover. I returned to school and have a high grade point average. Might I add, I really love the community college that I have  been attending here. All in all, now that 2012 has come and gone, as we are all evolving into more…I am moved to move, so off we go.

I will be on the road driving through Texas on Sunday and from El Paso to Phoenix, Arizona on Monday. By myself~ Send me prayers or happy thoughts, please~



“Three things cannot be hidden, The Sun, The Moon, and The Truth.

The Buddha~


39 thoughts on “Movement

  1. shreejacob says:

    Have a safe trip Sindy and see you soon!
    Blessings and light to you 🙂

  2. I’ll be thinking of you ! Have a safe trip and let us know when you arrived safely !

  3. Eric Alagan says:

    All good wishes and hopes go with you. Safe journey Sindy

  4. herkimerlove says:

    blessings, and may the light continue to guide you along your path. 🙂

  5. Have a safe journey Sindy and may your new home be brimming with possibilities!!!

  6. Clint Dunham says:

    Yay for you! Drive safely! 😀

  7. Both prayers and happy thoughts are with you. Have a safe drive! 😀 Fae.

  8. dear blue,
    prayers and happy thoughts. odies completely assured you will enjoy your scenenice drive and your new local. his workds: “you shall be safe. and you will love our newfound home.”
    hes good, isnt he??
    in blog related news, wherever are you getting these amazing pics to post?? mind if i dip into that treasure trove?
    spirit hugs,
    O & OM..

  9. Happy thoughts on their way! Safe journey.

  10. Safe travels. Enjoy the Journey and Bravo for having the courage to take it.

    • Thank you tomorrow is the 10 hour drive across Texas. Courage is what I have been praying for. I am just acting as if I have courage. lol

      • Sometimes . . . that’s all it takes. I am pulling for you and in my own way praying as well. May Peace always be with you. I am grateful we have connected in this vast Universe and hope to continue to read about your adventures and your Journey.

  11. Well yes, I certainly know what you mean about prayer but it just a term for what I meant or for some exactly what it means. lol Know what I mean? lol

  12. Karen Wan says:

    Sindy, hope your journey is/was going well, and that Phoenix is a marvelous next home for you! Karen

    • Hey Karen the journey was one of endurance & courage. I will have to work up a post on it. I have arrived safe & sound and sitting in my new bed, in my new room blogging. All is good.
      ☆ ♥
      *`•.¸(¯`•♥•´¯)¸.•♥ ☆ ♥•
      ☆ º ` `•.¸.•☆ ´

  13. petit4chocolatier says:

    Sindy, have a safe journey! We will see you soon 🙂

  14. Safe & Sound but it is thanks to all the good wishes.
    Thanks Judy~
    ☆ ♥
    *`•.¸(¯`•♥•´¯)¸.•♥ ☆ ♥•
    ☆ º ` `•.¸.•☆ ´

  15. Congratulations on your high grade point average. Nice Buddha quote.


  16. dearmiracle says:

    You are brave to take this bold step to re-imagine your life. I know what this is like–I, too, picked up from my roots of a lifetime after living in Los Angeles area and moved to Oregon to reinvent myself after 10 years of chronic, severe illness. Gave away most everything, and drove up here alone–fortunately my daughter was already here and shortly after, several more members of the family made their pilgrimage up here, too.. It’s not been all peaches and cream–there have been a few very big curve balls since my arrival 6 years ago (like my mom’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis 5 years ago–I instantly became her caregiver and eventual guardian–huge job and many lessons!!), but I absolutely love it here–and yes, it’s a a different culture from LA. Funny thing, we get to take ourselves with us wherever we go, and I gotta say that on this journey, meditation sure helps (I read one of your replys on lindalitebeing’s blog about Deepak Chopra’s 21 day meditation challenge). The bottom line I do believe for us women at this stage of our lives (menopausal/postmenopausal) is learning good self care in every arena of my life, love and acceptance of exactly how we are right here and now–learning not to beat ourselves up for everything. Lots of grace is required. Anyway,I could write a blog about this–maybe I will. And thank heaven’s for meditation! I’ve been practicing for 20 years–it’s made all the difference in the world no matter what’s going on. not have gotten through this. The only worthy piece of advice I can give you is just take really good care of you on your journey no matter where it leads! But then it looks like you already are.

    • Hello friend! Thank you for sharing your journey with me~ I moved from LA back home to Louisiana for two years, where I was so blessed by my brother and best friend, his wife Renee, to be able to slough off the old dirty and worn and become renewed. I was able to return to a quiet place in myself, although it was in LA where I acquired my spiritual tools, it was there I was able to implement them to my benefit. I was able to return to school and just as you say reinvent myself.

      Now that I have taken the next step and moved back west to Phoenix life is new again and with Spring I was truly reborn. I have never been so happy, even prior to falling in love for the first time in 20 years. I always meditated and had a spiritual practice but Deepak just was there at a time of great change and well movement~ lol

      So sorry to hear about your beloved mothers Alzheimer’s. That is a tough cookie for one to have to eat. I was just saying last night how dear to me my memory and my mind are to me. Maybe it was preplanned before incarnation and she is giving you an opportunity to experience selfless, unconditional love, which I am certain that you have for her?

      I have never been to Oregon but I do wish to visit those lush forest. It is a great pleasure meeting you and I really appreciate you taking time to share with me. I look forward to the unfoldment of friendship with you. Linda has quickly become a good and dear friend.

      In Deepak last 21 Day challenge he spoke of how fortunate we are to touch the oneness through technology and social networking which is something I realized long ago. Word Press has really been a key in that aspect.

      Much love~

      • dearmiracle says:

        Hi, Sindy! Thank you for sharing more of yourself with me here. This is a wonderful little community–maybe not so little though as I delve deeper into it. There are a lot of people here and so many are sharing with and supporting one another. I have so very much to learn. I only know how to write, not so much how to blog or all the technicalities of it.

        I wanted to ask you…you moved back to Louisianna. How long were you there? What made you decide to go to Phoenix? I was just there for several weeks in December–out in Apache Junction and also some time in Sedona–which is a place I have been fortunate enough to spend a lot of time, that and the Cottonwood/Prescott/Jerome area–I really love it there.

        You must come visit Oregon sometime soon. I live in the Portland area. It is a virtual blooming garden right now that Spring is here, but we are still on the wet side until the summer time when it all dries out. Either way, it’s paradise. But the winters can be long and dark and wet, so I like to take breaks here and there and find a spot where the sun shines. We are all kind of pasty white looking coming out of the winters here. ha ha!

        I certainly look forward to talking more to you, getting to know one another. Thanks for all your encouragement on my blog site!


      • Susie Q… I am Sindy Sue…lol Word Press has some awesome people, I have made three or four or more REAL friends here. Louisiana, why, Phoenix, why? A conversation for private which I would gladly share with you. I live in Mesa, so not so very far from Apache Junction which I have only driven through at night long ago. Sedona I visited about 5 years ago with my best friend. My boyfriend and I plan on going soon and the Grand Canyon where I have not been.

        I would love to visit Oregon, you have been so many cool places. Lucky~ 🙂 If I can assist you with blog tech and I can, I will.

        ✿ღ✿ღ.¸¸ღ♫*¨`*•..¸ƸӜƷ ✿ღ ✫❀


  17. dearmiracle says:

    sorry, typo … “learning good self care in every arena of ‘my life’ ” should be “our lives”.

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