BLOG 64—Held up in Roswell, New Mexico

The Wanderings of Kit (Do you wander or just wonder?)
With my words, I hope to throw some oblique light upon your soul.
By writing this blog I want to inspire you and show you that–


***Change your life at any time to make it more magnificent!
***Live with little money and still have an excellent life.
***Be able to live life getting very little sleep.
***Live ANYWHERE in the world and still make your life a fantastic event!
***See experiences that will add to and make your life better.
***I want to inspire you as to the wonders of the earth.
***Perhaps this is my new “gig”, traveling the world doing the same?
***And, I’m not just, “Kitting Around”.

Create the life YOU want to live, NOW, then make your life better and better!


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***The freedom I am experiencing in my travels is a marvelous thing.
***Going where I want, when I want and seeing wonderful places and people.
***I will have places to show you and tales to tell.
***I will have secrets to unfold and good news!
I’m glad to take you on my journeys with me!

Not traveling this week much at all. Before this shutdown, I had contacted my friend, Cheeta, about returning to stay with her for a bit; thanks so much for letting me stay with you for a week. Yet, I do not want to overstay my welcome, so I will be departing tomorrow, Friday, heading toward the north.

Cheeta and I first met back in the 1970s in Balboa Park, San Diego. We dated for a time and had a good connection. I looked her up on Facebook a couple of years ago; I’m glad we reconnected.

I’m wondering what the leftover after-effects will be from this current pandemic we are going through. The world has changed, much. For me, I think this is the biggest change humans on earth have ever gone through.

Of course, I hope you are alright in your life.

Please let me know.

They say you should shelter in place? Well, I am, in my van. It’s strange not to have a home base. I don’t know where I am heading, but I will get there.

You might remember about how I spilled boiling water on my right foot and caused it to blister? Well, it got so painful and strange that I went into a hospital and had them look at it; this was five days after the accident. I had it covered most of the time and was told to leave it open more often. It is still bothering me, but healing.

From my book series, “Beyond Your Potential”

The Pain

In one practice session, I was working on juggling four tennis rackets, something I used to do with no problem. I would throw them up, but my hands were not fast enough so I would drop, but I kept trying. I was so persistent in everything and would not give up with anything that I did. I was getting frustrated because I wanted so much to be back to where I was in my juggling before the accident. Th en, as I was throwing the four rackets in the air, one came down and hit me on the head right in the place where the scar from my brain surgery is. Th is was a sensitive area and hurt very much. I wasn’t sure if it was the pain, or the reminder of the accident, facing the life change or my frustration—but I started to cry—much. The loss and frustration were so big in my mind.

Nothing to Prove

I saw at that point that I didn’t have to get back to where I was in my juggling. I had accomplished excellence in juggling before and I didn’t have to prove to anyone, especially myself that I could juggle again. I knew that I could positively affect the course of my life after I had the accident by going a different direction. I knew it was up to me. It is never too late to affect your life. It may be the most noteworthy thing we ever do as we move forward through life. We change the way things are, and/or things change us. We must get used to change. Of course, there are exceptions to almost every rule (except that rule?). You must go forward with finesse to a better future.



4/12-17—Staying with Cheeta for I don’t know how long. The world has gone crazy and I don’t know where to go that would be safe.

4/16—I had time, of course, so I painted the running-boards (you should have seen me run on them!) on the van. You can see from the photos how they turned out, like a new van (well, in my dreams, anyway.)

4/17—I will be moving forward toward the north today. If you are anywhere between Roswell, NM, and Boulder, Colorado I’d love to visit—let me know.



One I’ve written of before. Right now there are many people in the world who are scared and do not know what to do. Seek out these people, comfort them, and let them know a future that will be much much better.



Heading toward Boulder, Colorado next. Do you live in Boulder, or anywhere along the route I will be taking from Roswell, New Mexico? I would love to slop by for a visit, let me know.

But, not sure where I will end up. There is a chance I may not post my blog next week.



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