May 10, 2021
Reggie and I have been on adventures. We are explorers and love to travel. My son, Wayne, flew up and helped me drive down to Southern California to see my sister, Patricia, and my children/grandchildren. Even though we talk often, it was so wonderful to be together without masks and all the distancing. There was a deeper appreciation and love for each other. We each are aware that our time together is precious and short.
Then my daughter, Toni, helped me drive on to Surprise, AZ to see my sister, Barbara. We had a great time, laughing, looking at new and pre-owned houses. We went to Sedona and had lunch there. It is such a beautiful, breathtaking area with the red rocks and energy vortexes. We ate out at restaurants with no issues. It was refreshing to be in open, progressive cities and state. Surprise has a vibrancy and aliveness that was so enjoyable. There are lots of new home being built as many people are moving from California to Arizona as well as other places.
I made a promise to Barbara that I would be there for her until she died. I know that now is the time for me to move close to her. So, I put an offer (which was accepted) on a home at 15222 W. Wildfire Drive, Surprise, AZ 85374. The closing date is May 27. You can reach me by my cell phone before and after I move. If you do not have the number, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will give it to you. I will not have a landline in Arizona.
I am listing the Auburn home for sale this week. I am guessing this house will sell quickly as it is in excellent condition with upgrades, an Enchanted Garden, Mini-Forest, and Mini-Orchard. Movers will come to pack on June 23, load on June 24, and unload in Surprise on June 26. So, I will be living in Arizona as of June 26.
Reggie knows something is going on, is anxious at times as he sees me pack my crystals and other things. Yet he knows I will always take him with me wherever we go. I will miss Northern California and Mount Shasta, but know that Spirit will guide me to new joyful, enlightening people and places.
Thank all of you who have walked beside me on this journey in Auburn and Northern California. I will miss seeing you in person, but know we will stay connected in whatever way is appropriate as we each continue our journeys. God Bless Us All and this Nation.
Always, you are in my heart and soul, and my love, Light and prayers are with you. Much Love, Nancy and Reggie