We picked a spot next to this beautiful hedge of trees. The tree was full of life. You could hear the buzzing of bees, see the huge bumble bees, beautiful flying beetles and hummingbirds floating about. My husband and I brought up our solar generator (he created) and our mini fridge so we could camp in style. This is one way we turn a hot desert into a happy oasis. Nothing beats cold water and fruit on dry hot summer day.
Here are some of the eats we enjoyed:
The next day we attended a lunch and gave George Noory a copy of Jerry's new book.
We left feeling elated. We later played our didge and drum at our tent. Soon we had some nearby campers invite us to join their circle with a guitar, we joined in with the didge and drum. Jerry drew a line in the sand as if to show I could move past that line if I chose to sing. The guitar player David didn't know the song I wanted to sing, so I tried to sing it solo and everyone got silent, my voice cracked and was hard to find. I tried again, and sang it again. David took the lead and started whaling on some songs. When I realized I knew the lyrics I joined in, grabbed the microphone and belted it out! In that moment I faced the fear and felt free. Jerry drew an arrow past the line and it was like walking through a door so to speak.
There were a considerable amount of fears to overcome, it was an adventure that's for sure. What fears are hiding in you? When you face your fears, you grow, you change. Those old fears are like your old self and it no longer has a foothold on you when you decide to face your fear, let go and move on. Let us remove our fears, fulfill our dreams and vibrate in the frequency of love.
“Do one thing every day that scares you.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt
P.S. When we got back into the city Jerry had a call from the producer. Guess what? Jerry (Gerald) will be on Coast to Coast AM Radio on Wednesday August 21, 2013 for a 3 hour talk with George Noory discussing his new book! I'm so happy for him!!! Tune in if you please!