Heres What Happened

So I suppose Ive kept all of you in suspense long enough, but the thing is nothing happened. I still went to the cabin for the weekend. I still had a blast. However the gentlemen they were trying to set me up with wasnt able to come. I did learn a little bit about him. I learned that he is just recently divorced but that his wife was strange, weird, etc. But who am I to judge since Ive never met either of them. But all in all, it was a good time. It was fun to get away and just relax in the prairies of ND. I love the prairies….hence my blog title. This whole situation has gotten me thinking though…thinking about the many ways Ive matured etc. At one time I was very naive about a lot of things and to some extent, I still think I am naive about some things. However not as much, I’ve really grown. Its interesting how life experiences really can change a person. I know that I wouldnt be the person I am today without the obstacles Ive struggled with, without the friends Ive made, etc. Its so cool that the RGBP ring has been such a blessing to me. Thank you all of you! I hope that I will continue to grow and learn from all of you! You all are a blessing to me!

Speaking of friends, M and L got their carepackages today which totally made my day. It was so fun to make them and I hope that I was able to put a smile on their face. I am going to do more of that kind of stuff. Like I stated in my challenge to all you last week, I think we often forget to look for the little things in life so I continue to challenge us to look for more of the little things and to bring more little things into important people in our lives.

1 thought on “Heres What Happened

  1. It’s been several days since I’ve been to a computer, and I had much to catch up on reading your blog! I’m glad you had a fun weekend!

    Thanks for all the updates. My friends here in Japan are all heading home for summer vacation, and it’s becoming a bit lonely here. Wishing I could be spending August on the Great Plains.
    But, I’ll stay here, keeping you in my prayers!

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