Tuesday, July 22, 2008


A new start, both in habitat and relationship. Allowing old feelings to be what they are but to be less in the fore; allowing the new a chance to perhaps grow into something special; willing to let go, to cut the string, to trust in the unknown. Time to see what the future may hold and to allow the past to become just that - past.


  1. I don't know if the chinese symbol for chaos is the same for opportunity or if that is an urban myth...but we never seem to really get ahead when we stay in our comfort zones..do we?

    btw I have another horse lover over here...

  2. Donnnnn, no we don't.... and I had to get to a point where I could get past that comfort zone. I think I am there now, so we will see what happens in the future.

    I will check out that other blog...

  3. Trust in the unknown, how empowering, and yet, exciting is that, good on you!

    The struggle? and effort to try and control stuff, as opposed to kicking back and enjoying the moment, the good vibes, letting the experiences flow in...

    Hey, love your house! It's looking a lot of fun, when I saw all the cabling I thought maybe was it rented for student accommodation?

    Really love the feel of it, and the gorgeous tree lined street, am kinda a property addict (as well as the horses and stuff).

    I really like this reminder, "allowing the new"....sorta like giving yourself permission to be empowered, thankyou! (and have fun!!).


  4. Pam:

    Hey, I'm a Pam too! Or is that two? Cool!

    The empowerment thing is kinda building, I think, as I get myself past the past and let the present in - I stalled on a past relationship and wasn't being fair to myself or the new man, and it took the proverbial kick in the pants to get with the program.... but definitely worth it!

    Thanks on the house - it is a lot of fun and I will soon be doing a post on it with my stuff in it. The previous owners must have watched a LOT of tv because it is wired for satellite and the two local cable companies in the basement recroom, the livingroom and the master bedroom. No students here! Just a family with three small boys.... go figure. Guess they never went outside...

    Thanks for stopping by. I have checked out your blogs too. Love the photos of all your horses. I am down to one now, from previously having seven before my divorce. Much easier to afford!

  5. There are a few Pams around the world. Not a real common name over here around where I live, I'm actually Pamela.

    Don't know if you've heard it, but I found an old song, "Pamela Pamela," by Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders.

    I think? the guy that actually wrote it was the songwriter from 10cc! (Another Pam and I had discovered all this, think it's correct).

    It has really sweet lyrics.

    Not everyone gets to have their own song. :)

    Your life really has reached a new and exciting chapter. Can get the vibe reaching across, you've got a skip in your step girl!

    Way to go!


  6. Pam2: I am a Pamela as well. And until I was in grade 9 in school, I had never met another Pam. Then, all of a sudden, there were three of us in the same class!

    Since then, I think I have only met about three other Pams and I have lived all across Canada and into the US as well. Not a common name at all. So I am very pleased to meet you, Pam2.

    I've not heard of that song - will have to check it out! The Beatles did 'Polythene Pam'. Guess we are uncommon all 'round.

    Yes, things are taking on a new vibe for me, and I have to say it IS exciting! Thanks!



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