Monday, January 12, 2009

In Memphis

Well, it's "take the daughter back to school" time again, and I find myself in Memphis for the night. She brought her car back, and I rode with her (ain't lettin' my girl drive all that way by herself). So, I fly back home tomorrow morning. Gees, this trip is costing a sh--load of cash!

She's worth it.

So, I'm stuck in hotel near the airport for the evening. But I have TV, a rare treat for me. Maybe I'll find some trouble to get into, but probably not!

The new year is off to a bang. I'm making a shift inside, moving towards abundance and away from scarcity. More on that next time.

Cheers, all.

12 comments:

A Troll At Sea said...

Joe:

here's hoping your bang is worth a few bucks.

Hang in there.
T@C

Birdie said...

I'm praying that this year will be the best year ever for you. It will open your eyes to new discoveries about yourself and your place in the world.

Ur-spo said...

hotels make me frisky
too tempting really.

Topper said...

Well glad to hear your year starting with a bang! Let the bang continue! Be blessed and at peace with where you are, with our Lord, and yourself.
Peace

john said...

No don't get into trouble!!
Have a great 2009!!

Lemuel said...

There are some great guys in Memphis. Too bad you did not see if you could crash overnight at their place or one of their friends.

manxxman said...

Trouble.......trouble is when you don't get into trouble.....then you leave feeling frustrated.

Benji said...

Trouble? Towards abundance and away from scarcity? Sounds mysterious... More on these?

Benji said...

Oh, one more thing. "She's worth it" - looks like quite a number of fathers should learn from you how to love their children.

RG said...

What a Dad! Accompanying his little girl back to college!

DO get into trouble. Hot, sweaty, grunting, nasty trouble. You have my permission. :)

afod said...

Glad to hear that there a welcomed new beginnings for you in 2009! Looking forward to hearing about it.

David said...

I've found, in my life, that my scarcity is so often self-imposed. When I can open myself up to the life and friends and love around me, I find myself almost drowning in the abundance. I hope you are filled to the brim and overflowing.