How I spent my weekend in Savannah

  • Enjoying hospitality with Robert, Richard and Dale at the Los Robles CenterSavannah
  • Rehearsing with the Love Tones
  • Spending a lazy afternoon in conversation with Robert
  • Taking a nap
  • Standing on the street corner with Robert, Richard and Gordy the dog, waving as Dale drives by in his trolley
  • Laying in lawn chairs with Dale at the Savannah Music Festival, listening to the Savannah Jazz Orchestra, eating kettle corn and looking at the stars, surrounded by people gathered around little tables with candles and oil lamps, a human butterfly dancing among us
  • Speaking and playing music at the Unity Center for Spiritual Awakening, engaging the people, greeting new friends and making more, loving and being loved
  • Attending a meeting of the English Speaking Union at the Landings with Sid, dressed to the nines, gossiping, and being mistaken for a movie star
  • Dining on River Street with Dale at Tubby’s, on a balcony overlooking the street, watching the boats coming into port and the people passing by, and making dumb jokes
  • Eating pralines at the Savannah Candy Company, despite my commitment to abstain from sugar
  • Running in Forsythe Park with my MP3 player, admiring the fountain, the trees, the moss, the SCAD students, the tourists, the street people, and the men working on the new community center
  • Having lunch with Rev. Arlene at Sweet Potatoes, laughing, planning, sharing, ordering two sweet potatoes by mistake and eating both of them
  • Walking in the park with Arlene and Willow
  • Experiencing healing touch by Richard at Los Robles Spa
  • Ordering sushi, onion soup, seaweed/crab salad and hot tea at Ta Ca with Richard, Robert and Dale
  • Throwing a tennis ball for Gordy
  • Commissioning Eric to create an individualized work of art for me that symbolizes my new life in Savannah
  • Laying in bed at Los Robles with the lights off gazing out the window at the sky
  • Feeling a deep sense of joy and gratitude that is still with me
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One thought on “How I spent my weekend in Savannah

  1. We miss you at Los Robles; Gordie keeps digging and playing ball and all the things he enjoys while I hang out wash in wonderful warm sun although it was down in the 50’s last night!

    I hope to work on the Homework Assignment in a few minutes.

    Light, Love and LIFE!

    RC

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