Law of Attraction at Work: An American’s Day in Valeni, Romania
Setting: a small town in Romania. Actors: me, Michael (the American) and some other surprising participants.
What put us together: Law of Attraction
Is Wednesday morning and we are having the coffee in the garden. I’m surfing the web and Michael is writing an e-mail to his beloved sister. All of the sudden, he starts laughing at his own writing and shares with me how his e-mail went from “serious matters” to the acute awareness of what was surrounding him.
He allowed me to share this with you, all:
“… oh… just noticed caps were on… LOL. A hen is laying an egg now as I write and it is most distracting. Cluck cluck cluck… baaaaawauck… cluck cluck cluck basaawwauck… oh Gawd please lay that damn egg!…. ….. …. finally… a hot egg is ready for eating! Oh no… here goes a second hen… cluck cluck cluck baaaawauck… cluck cluck cluck basswauck… I may shoot it… OK… it stopped now… Oh Gawd… the Rooster is now Cauck Cauck Adooooooooo…. cauck cauck Adoooooooo… he is so proud of his doings…
Such is the life here in the back yard… we bought one of those really nice pavilion tents with netting and all. Double venting at the top. Very comfortable and an outdoor set with 4 chairs and a rocker (for Cristina)… it is heaven out here at night, we drink our newly found Romanian wine that gives no hangover… and it great tasting and cheap… 9 bucks. We read and play the market on the computer and just chat.
Now to the news… last night we walked over to the lot we are thinking of buying that overlooks the river and hills. A milk farmer was just leaving the lot with his 4 cows (yes this really happens here) they were eating the rich wild flowers and herbs and tons of grass. He… not the cow… told us, the hill was an old dump and that the final 10 ft was dirt dumped on top of it. Hmmmmmm… so that is why is was only 15K. We will need to get it checked out for stability before buying it.
Then we walked down to the river and let Argo (our 3 month old puppy) romp in the waters edge… he was so cute and very timed about getting too deep. Good boy Argo… I did not want to go swimming in that cold water! As we were leaving we…err… Argo… noticed four very young puppies by a big old tree… three were hiding and one was standing his ground and not being bullied by the bigger Argo… they must have been a month or less old… yes… someone had dumped them in the park… a whole other story that happens here often… I went over and petted the little brave soul and started home… to our surprise.. this little boy was following us home… he just knew I would take him in… we live over a half mile away and have to walk through some very big street dog areas… the big dogs were barking so loud and this little one cried loudly with fear… cowered at times in total fears as teeth were gnarled and voluminous barks even made me fain the possible demise of this little dog… but his cries were heeded as he crawled then ran at full puppy speed past the big dogs… all the time Argo was pulling at his leash to get to know him… he kept following us with his tail wagging… like HE KNEW… he was HOME! As we got to our home gate.. he walked in like it was HIS… we all fell in love from the first happy meeting and yes… he is… with all of our hearts… HOME!
Argo and he play like little siblings and Argo being a German Shepard and “What’s his name” is a plain old mutt! Probable no more that 20 pounds at full grown! They are barking and biting and rolling around and if either of them survive.. no… if we survive this day… it will surely be a miracle!
Have fun on your trip and remember… this is all for our experience… It’s done… It’s done… It’s done… as we keep our hearts pure… It’s done… as we love unconditionally… it’s done… as we believe and give and share and live and laugh at all the things… especially those that we think are to challenge the very fiber of our being… It’s done… done… done! The Spirit of Love is the way… It’s done!