T is for…

…Transitions into Transformative Times

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Thoughts tumble and twirl in my mind. A life transition, long thought of as a long time away, is now on my front doorstep. I stand poised on the inside, with a clammy hand on the doorknob, ready to fling open the door to nervously greet this person who waits there,  waiting to meet me.  We must get to know each other a little more of course, go through those little bits of small talk first, warming up to each other, and realizing that we have so much in common. Yet, there will be a difference I surmise. Ms. Transition has sent ahead word that she feels a certain sense of freedom, and will be ready at a moment’s notice to reinvent herself; all she needs, she has said, is my buy-in, and we can become partners, become as one.  She has seen to it that what I should happen upon in my recent readings, quite by happenstance, are the topics of reinventing the self, transformations, transitions.  She is seeing that what I need to see at this time, is laid out clearly in front of me.

I think we will be the best of friends, Ms. Transition and I, as I open the door at the end of next week to greet her with open arms.

There will be highways to travel, and cities waiting for our arrival.

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The letter T has come at a timely time.

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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26 Responses to T is for…

  1. rommel says:

    Brilliant writing! You know how to excite us. Good luck, Angeline Munoz. Brilliant shot too!

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  2. Incredibly written … images oozed from every word. Sooo very happy for you.
    Photo’s perfection ..!!!

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  3. Patti Kuche says:

    Open arms open so many doors! How exciting for you and all best ahead!

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  4. New friendship, new travels, new exciting adventures. I wish you all the best. Thanks for the recent visit and thoughtful comment. I feels good to know, WordPress family have me, my family and most especially the Philippines in their thoughts and prayers.

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  5. Madhu says:

    Ah, you are going back! Can’t wait to read about THAT! A beautiful post and neat processing of images Angeline. Happy for you 🙂

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    • Angeline M says:

      Finally going back; we were actually in Puerto Vallarta area just a few years ago, though, but that seems like eons ago now. I have loaded up on journals to write in, and of course my camera will be always at hand. I will come home to the luxury of time to put it all together to share with everyone here on WP.
      Thanks, glad you like the two photos here.

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  6. Amy says:

    What a poetic way to express life transformations and transition! Thank you for sharing, Angeline. Happy travel 🙂

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  7. sweetpea2love says:

    Heartwarming post.. Take care and stay happy…

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  8. frizztext says:

    Hi Angeline,
    perfect T.intro: “Thoughts tumble and twirl in my mind…”

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  9. Hey, querida prima – May I recommend Cordoba, Malaga and Sevilla!
    And of course, Barcelona and the Sagrada Familia!
    Enjoy the Transition– it is wonderful!

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    • Angeline M says:

      Hola, prima! A great recommendation! I’ve been watching your transition, and learning from you. Thanks so much for putting a comment in here. I’ve got to start with Mexico, though; it just calls to me.

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  10. Two fabulous pics and I love the words too!

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  11. aidatours says:

    intrested and Nice blog !! greeting from Indonesia tours drivers

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