I can hardly believe my last blog was in June.
All summer I worked on finishing my latest two books and when I put the finishing touches on both of them in August, I was bummed because I thought I should wait until their publiciation dates arrived before telling you about them. And now it’s October and one of the books has just been released and I CAN’T WAIT TO TELL YOU ABOUT IT.
It’s called Look for the Good and You’ll Find God; The Spiritual Journey of a Psychic and Healer. It has 28 real life stories in it about my search to know God and the stories are really cool. I can’t take credit for them. They are “opportunities” that life presented to me and fortunately I (eventually) looked for the good in them and came to know God as the result.
There is a story in the book about a friend of mine named Roy that I had a past life relationship with and the bizarre way I discovered it. We had a great friendship in this life and unfortunately he passed away a month ago from cancer. That’s another reason why you haven’t heard from me for awhile. I was involved with he and his family during his dying process this summer and it was pretty tough for me emotionally. With all the knowledge I have about the dying process and life after death, it was still difficult for me to let go of his physical presence.
Another life experience that happened is that I turned 60 in September and I wasn’t very happy about it. No matter how many people said 60 is the new 50, it didn’t make the reality of it any easier. Sixty years seems so old to me…………………so gramma-ish.
My grandkids came to visit in September which was wonderful, but I still looked around for my mom when one of them called out “gramma.” From what I hear on the news, I’m not the only baby boomer having a hard time accepting this age thing. Like everyone says, I still feel 35.
All in all, I’m grateful for everything happening in my life right now and there is a certain peacefulness that comes with 60. I’ve definitely noticed a change in my attitude as far as not having to prove myself anymore and that feels great.
One of the goals I have on my list for the year is that I stay in better touch with people through the blogs. I want to learn more about the Internet and what’s possible out there.
There’s got to be some great ways to be in touch with more people and I WILL LEARN ABOUT THEM!!!!
It’s late and time to go to bed, but it feels good to be back blogging. Thanks for hanging in there with me over the summer months.
If you get a chance to read the book, please let me know what you think or better yet, make a review of it on Amazon.com. I’d still like to hear from you though, so email me at Echo@echobodine.com and tell me what you think.
Thanks so much for being out there and God Bless,
Look for my next blog when I talk about the thoughts and feelings that have come to me about the economy and the election.
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