Photo by Me, Cheryl Larkin – Edited to add Quote
Well, it has been anotehr year. That makes 3 years since I first met Giselle and my life began to change. I have certainly done a lot of growing and changing in these past 3 years, and I think Giselle has done some of her own as well.
I am still making my way and figuring out my path but I am definitely doing so with more pep in my step. The changes in me are amazing and I am excited to see what is going to happen each and every day. What a gift Giselle has given me by holding sacred space when I needed and kicking me in the ass when needed.
Photo by Me, Cheryl Larkin, edited to add quote.
I had been having a really rough time, accepting a job I really didn’t want that has me working in crappy conditions for way too low pay, but it was the only place that offered me a job, so I had to take it. This sent me into a big spiritual crisis for many reasons.
It has been a tough time, but then one day at work I heard the song Life Ain’t Always Beautiful by Gary Allan and it really touched me. I hadn’t heard that song in many many years but there it was playing just for me.
Photo I Took Of A Sculpture I Made
I have been filled with more ambition and drive lately to really get things going with selling my art and offering Energy Healing Services. I have loved this feeling but I am certainly fighting the Instant Gratification Need.
I ordered business cards and now a week later am getting impatient because they have not arrived yet.
Photo by me Cheryl Larkin of Bell Rock in Sedona, AZ
Wow! I took Blythe and Evan up North to celebrate her 16th brithday and what a trip it was. We spent three nights in Flagstaff at the time share. That was a pretty relaxing time for me. I sat in the hot tub twice a day every day we were there.
Then we spent a night at oak Creek Terrace Resort in Sedona/OakCreek. It is a wonderful place. They have a little beach right there along the creek and that is where I spent most of my time. Evan really loved it too and spent a lot of time down there meditating and climbing up and down the creek. Blythe loved the rainbow hammocks and hung out there qutie a lot.
Photo by Tawneey Larkin of Me and Blythe
My daughter, Blythe, turns 16 today. IT is hard to believe that 16 years ago I was in the hosptial giving birth to the greatest blessing in my life.
We had a pirate themed family party for her last night which is why I am wearing an eye patch in the picture. Blythe made the eye patch for me a while ago with her 49ers duct tape.