We are about halfway home. I am so excited. The Barn has been started and they have footings poured. Feels like it is taking forever. The foundation is the most important and slow part they say. Got to get it right so everything else can happen. I am looking forward to the framing, that is when things get fun. Keith keeps reminding me it is coming lol. I am really more patient than I sound right now. I am going to enjoy this week home. I am up in the air as to whether I want to trek down to Provo for the BYU-Wisconsin game. We probably will but this has been a painful start for my BYU Cougars. I hope they find what they lost. They clearly do not have it right now. Great group of coaches and players. I feel bad for them because as hard as the fans are on them they are also dealing with the frustration as a team and individually. BYU fans can be brutal.
Tonight someone is going to get lucky. I wanted to do very naughty things last night but kids slept in our room since the place we are staying still had a full house. We stayed up late talking and telling stories with the kids. I have this week off. Next week is an event and then a trip the following week. I am feeling like ice cream tonight 😇
This has been our motto since I met Keith. I remember the first time he said to me “Can you imagine?” My heart lit up. I know it was one of the reasons I fell in love with him. I am a bit of a free spirit and those three simple words have given me the courage to dream, to take chances, Hope and most important over 20 years of smiles and laughter. We learned to “Live” life early and have done our best to live happy and content. Does not mean we haven’t had our fair share of trials but I think one thing it has offered us is perspective. Life and Love is different for everyone but whatever it is for you, seize it, and love what comes. We are meant to have Joy in this life and it is usually us that complicates what that looks like. For us it started with three words that evolved into something meaningful and a history of moments. Imagination is the beginning of the Journey.
Convention 2017 dōTERRA You ended last night. I feel energized. This year I came as an active builder for this great organization. I got to walk as a Gold that I had earned. I feel Pride and Joy for the impact I am seeing in other’s lives because of what we are doing. I love essential oils, I love dōTERRA and those I associate with and I love changing lives. We had a pretty big group of people out this year. Took us 13 homes and condos in Park City to accommodate everyone that didn’t have hotels booked. Many of these people weren’t even a part of dōTERRA six months ago. Last night and this morning as I see friends leaving my heart is full. We have attended three parties, danced, laughed and cried together. We are making a collective impact on the world for good. I look forward to where this journey takes me. I will be back to the Cape and out to the Paradise of Hawaii. I look forward to returning to the Lone Star State and the Midwest. Maybe this next year will take me to far away lands as well. I am willing. I am so willing.
Ok no need to bend my arm for a business trip to Hawaii. Our dōTERRA team there is thriving. We have some wonderful new friends in Hawaii that have caught the vision of essential oils and the support we offer is critical to their success. So as we started the Summer, we ended the Summer. In Hawaii!
The highlights of the week included the Totality Eclipse in Idaho Falls. Many descended on our little paradise. Some for several days. But it was an incredible Solar Episode. I made that term up, just saying 🙂 Here are some pics, I won’t take credit for, as they are not mine. They were taken by an amazing photographer we know.
Tuesday Mandy, Sara and I left for Hawaii again. We got in about 2 pm Paradise Time and prepped for a team party. We had a catered event which included fire dancers. Super fun night. Included a little training, lots of fun, amazing food and FIRE! Here was my room at in the property we stayed in at Kailua Bay.
Some naughty things happened in that bed! The first night, by the time everyone left, we all were like Zombies. I don’t even remember falling asleep. Wednesday night and Thursday night we had some more training and classes. We rotated teaching and honestly we rocked it! Wednesday we also went to see Jack and Chip. They are such smart dolphins. Totally remember you and had a bunch of questions. We swam and played and talked. I told them all about the kids and dōTERRA and the Homestead. They would love to visit but no oceans but they loved hearing about Idaho.
Wednesday night we finally had some girl time. I don’t think I have ever been so hungry for pussy. The double dildo came out and we made up for lost time. I love really wet sex. I fell asleep and woke up and Mandy and Sara were going at it. I joined in again and Mandy fell asleep. I don’t think Sara slept at all. I lost count of my orgasms. We slept in Thursday and then slept on the beach recovering lol. It was good, very good. Friday we caught a flight to Maui. We had some of our team with us so no naughty play on Friday night.
We had a dōTERRA class on Friday evening at the property we stayed at in Wailea. Some of our friends in Kahului came down as well. We had so much fun and fed everyone. You do that in Hawaii. Feed those you care and love. I’m all about tradition and entertaining. By Saturday afternoon everyone had left and we had our last hoorah. Below is my room, the pool and view. This property was literally like staying in a garden. I love this place.
The problem with Sex is when you have it you want more. All week after coming home I have been craving pussy. I think my favorite sexual activity with girls is the double ended dildo. It is just such a naughty, deliciously decadent, thing to do. We also brought a strap on and a rabbit. We each had to put one in our suitcases to be fair lol. I’m sure the airport peeps were like WTF?! Lol
I love attending church when traveling. It is fun meeting new peeps. After church we headed bank to Oahu to spend the night at our friends home. Monday we flew home, Keith gave them their back to school Father’s blessings and kids started school on Tuesday. I got up early to make their favorite breakfast. Then had to crash for several hours for a nap. Was so tired but proud of myself for making their first day special. Another Summer in the books and now my focus is on the Barn and a couple of Fall events. Hoping for an Indian Summer.