Monday, October 17, 2005

Last night in the Gulf...

Tonight is our final night in Waveland, and it is so far away from ending here spend so much time on my feet that it's hard to find the time to write much of anything, but as I am going home, I'll have more time to sit and reflect on my journey, and I shall share it all with you...But on my last night I felt magic of this area, something you can't feel or see driving around was Amber's birthday, Amber is an incredible woman working an average of 9 to 14 hours each and every day, and sometimes into the night...It was decided to go to the beach, even though curfew is 11:00pm.I am so glad we went, I could feel the power of the ocean as I stood in the water letting it tickle my legs. We played drums, and danced for a few hours and came back for a few hours of sleep before everyone's day begins again and my journey home begins.The life lessons I will take home with me are the most awesome things I have ever learned.As it is so late I will tell you more later about the magic of the gulf coast in the moonlight and so few land-lights to block out the sky's beauty.But for now I am going to go sleep as to take the magic with me...

2 comments:

Firelight said...

Momma Kaboom… So glad you had a wonderful time playing with the hippies. Wish I had been there but someone has to be on duty. Sorry that the sister circle didn’t go off as planned. I’m going down after I get back from Virginia. I have a few things I have to take care of if I’m once again forced to follow you all over Gods creation. What, Waveland, then Northern California? My hope is that along the way looking for whatever the heck it is your looking for I find mine. I’m getting old and still haven’t found what I’m looking for. I checked out your return route James planned. Sad to say it but the misguided wingnut is taking you 250 miles out of the way. Even if you’re going to Nashville there was a shorter rout. You can tell he never drove an old school bus around the country for five years like I did.

Firelight said...

Driving must be bad down there you've gone 150 miles in 8 hours... Did you get lost? Bridges out? Roads washed away? I'd like to know. Bet your readers would too if their planning on going down. Post what routes are open and closed... Lovin YA!