But Wait, There's More!

Nov 08, 2019

Sedona, Arizona, is a magical place, without a doubt.  This weekend, with my family and friends, it was enchanted and mystical, as well.  If you haven’t been to Sedona, you’ll want to put it on your Bucket List.  Sedona, two hours north of Phoenix, Arizona, is nestled within magnificent red rock formations and it’s said to be right in the middle of at least one vortex…….  Sometimes defined as swirling centers of energy that are conducive to healing, meditation and self-exploration.

We met up to celebrate my 60th birthday, 12 of us, all connected in, often complicated, but meaningful, loving ways.  Playing cards, sharing stories, singing, laughing and always discovering and eating delicious meals together, we celebrated our delight in each other and my reaching another milestone in life!  As the birthday girl, I was the receiver of a relaxing facial, a heavenly massage, energizing attention and other very thoughtful gifts.  We walked about the beautiful resort sitting on the banks of the Sycamore tree-lined Oak Creek.  Together, old and young, we hiked and reveled in the mesmerizing Boynton Canyon.  My family arranged for photos at the one-of-a-kind Red Rock Crossing and we finished up the weekend with delicious Mexican food and great conversation in uptown Sedona.  We all agreed we thoroughly enjoyed our enchanted weekend together. 

I could not have planned a more beautiful way to celebrate transition into my 60th year on earth.  I am happy.  I am loved.  I am blessed.

It was shocking to me though, when, on the eve of my 60th birthday, my love, Harold, proposed to me in a very crowded, but quaint and romantic restaurant. With an audience of our family and friends, dropping to one knee, my extremely shy, Harold publicly, emotionally and very succinctly announced his love for me and his desire to spend the rest of his life loving me.  Beyond shocked, I surprised myself, by after only a minute, accepting his proposal. 

I’m a runner, not like jogging shoes, marathon runner, but instead, a don’t pressure me or force me to make quick decisions, runner.  I have my reasons!  However, while a bit stunned, I did not consider running.  I was fairly calm…surprised, but calm.  In a short amount of time, this tall, quiet, allergic-to-bee-stings, dog-loving man has convinced this independent, good-with-staying single-until-I-die, not-so-quiet woman, that I was even happier with him in my life.  It was slow and he did it so simply by being open, open to who I really am, who I strive to be and who I love.  He is always kind, supportive, firm, who he really is, a bear hugger, a passionate kisser, and unconditionally loving.

I’m awestruck - after a few years of loss and healing, I was joyful and happy, and still learning … content with my life.  The law of attraction kicked in and now, I’m more joyful and happier.  Good things DO happen after 60!   - Diana

 

 

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