Nov 22, 2009

Arizona Thanksgiving Week...Senior Life Style + Buddhist Metta

(for me)
May you be at peace.
May your heart remain open.
May you awaken to the light of your own... true nature.
May you be healed.

May you be a source of healing for all beings.


I just love November!  It is without a doubt the best month of the year.  Birthdays and Anniversaries and Thanksgiving and Christmas shopping....  Then there are golden leaves and chilly nights and snuggle up sweaters under the evening stars. 

Actually June and December are not bad but November is my favorite.  My birthday is in  November.   Our anniversary is in November. 

We celebrate in our family....a lot.  There are celebrations before, after, during and sometimes we celebrate one festivity on top of the other.  We love to celebrate.  We love to even THINK about celebrating. 


This will be a busy week for us.  Tomorrow there will be golf on the Robert Trent Jones, Sr. designed course at the Rio Rico Country Club.  This course is located in Rio Rico just north of Nogales, AZ.  Espendor Resort (video above) located across Highway 19 boast a hotel, restaurant with facilities for weddings and retreats.   After golf we will drive a short distance north toward Tucson to a restaurant called Wisdoms.  Wisdoms is located near the Tumacacori Mission National Historic Park  and the Santa Cruz Chili and Spice Company factory.   Before dinner we will visit the spice company and pick up a few things. 

Today we shopped for Thankgiving dinner.  Our celebration takes place with a whole banquet room full of people but we sit at a table with 16 of our closet friends!  Living in a 55+ RV Resort allows us to do that sort of thing.  Then later in the afternoon, between football games, a group of us will go to see a movie.  Men Who Stare at Goats is at the top of our list.

Friends arrive back on Saturday so we will all have our evening meal outside on the patio.   I think you will have to agree this week has to be the epitome of the senior life style in Arizona.

Have a wonderful week!

b
(for you)
May you be at peace.
May your heart remain open.
May you awaken to the light of your own... true nature.
May you be healed.

May you be a source of healing for all beings.

(for someone someone you hold in judgement)
May you be at peace.
May your heart remain open.
May you awaken to the light of your own... true nature.
May you be healed.

May you be a source of healing for all beings.


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