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Life in Oakhurst (eBook)

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Writing little snippets about my daily life is nothing more than trying toremain connected to people I care about most.How often do we cruise through life not relishing even the tiniest ofsuccesses, learning opportunities and pleasures much less sharing those chosenmoments with people that support and even look forward to our next adventure inlife.2002 was the year of loss for my husband and I.Not all of our losses were negative between the two of us we lost over100 lbs.!Once youve experienced the type of losses we did during this year, youbegin to take stock in your values, dreams and priorities. So in an attempt to redefi neourselves we sold our fully paid for San Diego based home and moved to aone- bedroom, two-story, beyond-ugly green, get away pad on a ten acre parcel onDeadwood Mountain. (Makes me want to keep an eye out for Outlaw/ Rustlers)A perfectly reasonable diversion for two city folks, with the belief that bearsbelong in the zoo and lattes should be available on every street corner! Why notuproot the declawed cats, and never consider asking ourselves the question Sowhat is the difference between septic and sewer?What we found, are the experiences that make us smile, question (whatwere we thinking?) and somehowsome way appreciate our new life through theabsurd and benign evolution of every day events.To add to the mayhem, we decided to become innkeepers and pool ourresources together to build our own little slice of heaven as we create the perfect Bedand Breakfast. It didnt really matter that I never met a bed I ever wanted to makeup or the thought of scrubbing toilets leaving me a little disgruntled. It was theidea of living in paradise and sharing it with great people along the way.So here we are sharing a few snippets of Life in Oakhurst

Writing little snippets about my daily life is nothing more than trying toremain connected to people I care about most.How often do we cruise through life not relishing even the tiniest ofsuccesses, learning opportunities and pleasures much less sharing those chosenmoments with people that support and even look forward to our next adventure inlife.2002 was the year of loss for my husband and I.Not all of our losses were negative between the two of us we lost over100 lbs.!Once youve experienced the type of losses we did during this year, youbegin to take stock in your values, dreams and priorities. So in an attempt to redefi neourselves we sold our fully paid for San Diego based home and moved to aone- bedroom, two-story, beyond-ugly green, get away pad on a ten acre parcel onDeadwood Mountain. (Makes me want to keep an eye out for Outlaw/ Rustlers)A perfectly reasonable diversion for two city folks, with the belief that bearsbelong in the zoo and lattes should be available on every street corner! Why notuproot the declawed cats, and never consider asking ourselves the question Sowhat is the difference between septic and sewer?What we found, are the experiences that make us smile, question (whatwere we thinking?) and somehowsome way appreciate our new life through theabsurd and benign evolution of every day events.To add to the mayhem, we decided to become innkeepers and pool ourresources together to build our own little slice of heaven as we create the perfect Bedand Breakfast. It didnt really matter that I never met a bed I ever wanted to makeup or the thought of scrubbing toilets leaving me a little disgruntled. It was theidea of living in paradise and sharing it with great people along the way.So here we are sharing a few snippets of Life in Oakhurst


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