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Joy is a Decision

Joy is a Decision

What a difference a day makes!  I awoke shortly before 5 and I HAD ENERGY.  It was the most wondrous feeling.  Not even a full night’s rest and I felt fantastic.  All from one day of juicing.  I didn’t even juice all day – just one meal (breakfast).  I feel like someone threw a switch and turned the power back on.  I am jumping for joy.  Remind me again why I ever got away from this???

I went price matching last night at Walmart.  As much as I do not prefer that store, I LOVE price matching.  I ended up spending around $66 and I bought a 4 pack of pork chops, a roast chicken, 4 packages of bacon, 2 dozen eggs, a gallon of milk (for Jay), a 12-pack of Michelob Ultra (we tried switching to Heineken Light but our palates have been corrupted by too many years of Michelob) and a shit-ton of fruits and veggies.  Plus ten Powerade Zeros for Jay because he was complaining about having nothing but water to drink.  All in all a quite decent haul for less than sixty-seven dollars.  I love price-matching.  Oh, and three packages of bagels, a loaf of rye bread and two pounds of butter (the real stuff).  I’m psyched because I have a better variety of stuff to add to my juicing.  We have grocery stores that cater to the Mexican population around here and they always have great specials on produce and meats.  I don’t even have to go to the other side of town to get the specials.  Price Matching! Love it!!!

This post is about nothing in particular.  I’m just happy.

Things are finally settling around the house formerly known as MJ’s and I should be selling it to his friend Jonathan soon.  Jonathan is thrilled because he won’t need to go through a bank and I am thrilled because I won’t have to dump any more money into the house to get rid of it.  The taxes will be again due in another month.  The idea that I might actually have the money to pay them on time thrills me.  The idea that I may soon no longer need to be responsible for them thrills me even more.  It is sad that Jonathan is the one taking advantage of the sweet situation I set up for my son, but then again Jonathan is a “life gave me lemons, so let’s make lemonade” kind of guy where as my son isn’t.  But the child is very happy in Pennsylvania so I am thrilled about that.  And carrying his own weight – so much the better!

Joyous Song

Joyous Song

Today, I am having lunch with my mentor/new boss and a friend of mine who is interested in investing.  We should be closing with another of my friends next week. Merely sitting in Gina’s office yesterday I learned so much.  I am so over the moon to be excited by real estate again.  Last year, I nearly walked away from it completely, I was so disenchanted.  Now I have deals swirling all around me and I am helping my friends make money, setting things up so that I will be making money and helping people get into beautiful houses all at once.  The perfect combo.  Setting people up for success and benefiting myself in the process!  Just exactly what I love to do.

A few of my friends have been telling me about the huge relief of cleaning up old past messes and I totally get it.  I feel like there is a lot of that going around lately.  We still have tons of things to clear up, but it is encouraging that they are heading in the right direction.

I am rambling today. No deep insights.  No major revelations, but joy – yes unfettered joy.  It feels good to be in the flow of energy.  I am definitely in the flow of energy.  My head is clear.  My body wants to move.  I am getting things done and can see how things are starting to come together.

Life is good.  I am happy. Jumping for joy is always good exercise.

Namaste, my friends, Namaste.

Jumping for Joy

Jumping for Joy

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