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Enjoying the mid summer night bash mixer at RERC
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3/3: Last week, I visited the Mission Inn a third time. My birthday fell on a Wednesday this year; and, since everyone else was working, I took my six-year-old niece with me for a day and night of pool time and spa treatments and room service. The shaded courtyards and restaurant gardens, cooled by fountains and scented with the eucalyptus fragrance wafting from the spa, were the perfect place to while away the hours in the SoCal heat wave. My niece was as charmed as I by the oddities and the secrets of the old hotel and fascinated in particular by the bell tower and the German Anton clock (later fitted with revolving, life-sized characters from California’s mission history: an explorer, a saint, a padre, a native man and a bear). And here I am, now, just another little piece of the SoCal story. Still enchanted by this hazy, golden light that burns the world around the edges like an overexposed photo. A wanderer from faraway green lands who fell under the spell of the desert and the mission bells. Who has, happily, never escaped.
2/3: In 2017, by then almost nine years a San Diegan, I returned to the Mission Inn for a celebration and for a nearby festival with friends. When the hour grew late and everyone returned to their rooms, I went exploring alone. I did not see another soul that night. Intoxicated and bemused, I wandered beneath the arcades and across the parapets where citrus trees bloomed in rooftop gardens, down immense spiral staircases, around blind corners and dead ends and weird passages to nowhere. There were half levels and child-sized locked doors and stairways that dead-ended in stained-glass windows or wood-panelled walls. Handsome balconies accessed from nowhere I could see. I’ve never had much interest or belief in “haunted” places, but people don’t build things like the Mission Inn anymore, and there is something there that defied my efforts to explain. Maybe it is simply the weight or the fullness that comes from all the lives that passed through, all the stories set here; maybe it’s the weirdness, the whimsy, the sheer fancy gifted by all its owners and architects through the years. It’s a benign enchantment, and the spell of my own fascination, that kept me up haunting the halls that night.
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beat the heat
Good morning folks ☕️...well that’s it, yesterday was my final post for my challenge. What started out as a 30 day challenge of posting motivation, turned into a 365 day quest to make the world 🌎 a better place 👍🏽. I’ve never done anything like that, and I’m not a “hey world check me out” person, but I’m proud of my accomplishment.
My plan is to take them, edit them, and make a daily devotional out of them. I’m still up in the air about how to do it (app or hard cover) but I am going to get it out before 2019.
All proceeds will go towards opening up our first Tears of Growth recovery home, so I hope you purchase your copy.
I also hope you enjoyed them, people ask me and I tell them that the words and ideas just came to me after I read my Faith to Faith devotional, or my Just For Today app. I would either use an idea from there, or I would use whatever else was going on in my life...I also tell folks that the Lord spoke through me every morning.
I love stories so here’s one...last year my son’s @noahsando1
was spending the night and he said, “hey coach I want to see the behind the scenes”. I said what do you mean, he said the behind the scenes of your posts...
I laughed...folks you’ve all been a part of the behind the scenes of my life over the last 365 days.
The motivation I wrote was not just for you, but me as well.
Again thank you for reading them, I hope you enjoyed them, and keep an eye out for my next 365 day challenge, it’s starting soon.