Saturday, January 5, 2008

Sunday Scribblings - New/New Year

I always start out the year doing something new. Kind of like a sacred ritual with my soul. Since my birthday falls 12 days into the New Year - I like to experiment and stretch beyond my comfort zone with something new - a way to commemorate the New Year. Like a milestone of accomplishment I can look back at during the rest of the year .

On my 36th birthday, I learned how to surf at an all women's surf camp. A week full of femmes- bruises - water and more water and plenty of sun.

On my 37th birthday, I went skydiving. Check out my previous blog

On my 38th birthday, I went to WSM Noah's 20th high school reunion and met some amazing brothers and sisters that he'd gone to school with in Israel.

I also took a flying leap on a trapeze (did it 3x) and learnt some archery and wall climbing as well.

This year, as I approach my 39th birthday, I challenged myself to meet new friends - expand my circle, open my heart and trust the Universe. This week before my birthday - I have given myself a new experience of communion - connecting at heart level.

In these last two days, I have met two amazing, powerful, passionate and beautiful Goddesses - FLFTs - Fearless Leaders of Feminine Truths. Breaking bread and sharing stories and giggling and laughing and hugging. So far, so excellent!!! I opened myself up to new friends and found soul sisters from previous lifetimes.

I am so grateful. I am so blessed.


Becca said...

What impressive challenges you've set for yourself!

This year's is particularly good. Have fun meeting new friends.

Anonymous said...

I did skydiving -- it's pretty fun!! Happy New Year.

Sherry said...

You are awesome...challenges, risks and being open to experiences that can expand your world. Incredible!!

tumblewords said...

I'm no so physically brave so I'll just read your reports and hold my breath in fear. Grin. But I do love meeting people and finding soul sisters. Great post!

Anonymous said...

I am approaching my 39th birthday this year, and you have inspired me to see how many great memories and experiences having a milestone goal for the year can be. As I look back now, I do not really have any that I can say are special. I recently bought the book "You Can Do It" with the intentions to start my own journey.

DJPare said...

Wow! Great tradition.

Happy New Year! And birthday in advance!