Seven Years Later…



  “Follow your bliss” -Joseph Campbell 



Earlier in the week as Joe and I were preparing a meal together the conversation went to discussing what I could write about on this week’s blog post. Joe suggested that I might write a little about my 7 years of retirement.







 There are many things I have learned in these past seven years lots of changes



One of my favorite authors Joseph Campbell came to mind.



I remember reading his definition of ego many years ago: “what you think you want, but you will to believe, what you think you can afford, what you decide to love, what you regard yourself as bound  to.”



I am thinking seven years of retirement later and into my retirement…



I’m discovering what has happened…is I’ve been transforming into another woman. crazy 



Seven years… just a beginning of a persistent, passionate search within for wholeness that  has been deeply hidden by so many things…now hopefully exposing itself even more in the years ahead.





1 package Tex-mex Jackfruit

1 tablespoon oil

1 package corn tortillas

1 avocado, sliced

1/4 red onion, thinly sliced

1/4 cup cilantro, chopped

lime wedges



  1.  Warm the taco shells according to the package directions. When warmed add a scoop of the Jackfruit, and top with an avocado slice, a couple of red onion slices some cilantro and a squeeze of lime juice. Or you can top with whatever your favorite taco toppings are. Enjoy!
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2 Responses to Seven Years Later…

  1. Joe says:

    Thank you for your reflection of seven years of retirement!
    I am very happy for you that you are willing to continue to look within for wholeness.
    Never had heard of Jackfruit and will need to try it.

  2. Becky Yohonn says:

    Enjoying the peacefulness in this post. Cami is a doll.

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