On the Road Again

FullMoonCactusMy favorite song!

And I recently sang it at a karaoke party given by some relatively new friends from one of the meetups I attend.

Yes, I’m on the road again, headed to a week-long workshop in Sedona. I’ll be camping out in the Forest Service campground, sleeping in my car. It’s fortunate that I made reservations in January. I managed to get six nights of the seven I need to be there. So I’ll be looking for a place to park my car overnight on Saturday.

I’ll write about the workshop in another post. Today, though, I just wanted to put something ‘out there’. Yesterday I went to my heart specialist. A couple of months ago, after having more symptoms that alarmed me, I contacted my primary physician who referred me for cardio issues. I finished three weeks of wearing a personal monitor, and yesterday had an echocardiogram and stress test. I’m happy to report that my heart is normal, even though its extra beats can be very annoying. I am grateful.

So now I can leave on my trip without any uncertainty regarding my health. I’m excited to be traveling, and I have plans to see a lot of Sedona while I’m there. My cardiologist asked me to send him a postcard as he’s never been there. After the workshop I will travel to the Grand Canyon, which I haven’t seen since I was 11 years old. I’ll be camping out for two nights there. And then, on my way back I’ll stop at Arcosanti, a place I’ve wanted to see since I was an architecture student in the early 60s! I’ve made a reservation to spend the night there and enjoy dining in a dining room and taking the tour, and buying a Soleri bell.

I also look forward to meeting some new people who are interested in the same things I am. While I’m in Sedona I intend to find a group for ceremony on the Full Moon. It’s supposed to be an ominous event as an eclipse, within the context of the vortices in Sedona. I’ll report back on that later as well.

Until we meet again…


One thought on “On the Road Again”

  1. I am so happy for you that the heart tests were fine and that all is well. And, now, I am awaiting your next post so I can read about the experience in Sedona. I will have to live vicariously through you for a bit but that’s fine with me. Your adventures are fascinating, and a damn good read.


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