I did not go the expected route. At all. Consider this a heads up. 😉 Thank you Karen and Josh for hosting accepting my late submission!
This week Pegman takes us to the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest, also known as Sagarmatha. Thanks to the wonder of Google Maps (and the many intrepid climbers industrious enough to carry the necessary camera equipment to such elevations) we can climb Mount Everest in the comfort our bathrobes and fuzzy slippers.
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I can see the peak. What was but a dream for years is finally becoming a reality and is within my reach. I know it. I can almost touch it. Paradoxically, it also feels unattainable as there is yet much to be done to arrive. I have made so much progress, less lies ahead than behind.
I can barely breathe; the air is thin and it feels as if my oxygen has been cut off. The ache in my jaw tells me I have been tense, subconsciously. I am worried I will not be able to achieve this goal I have set myself. Tension or excitement? Both?
Now is not the time to give up, that’s for sure. Not at this point. Just dig deep and do what needs to be done. Suck it up. You’re scared. So what?
Once that SOLD sign is affixed, I can rejoice and move on.
OK… This is MY mountain to climb 😉 I am going a tad nuts as my house is officially sold (yay!) but I have some things to fix before everything is official. Things that ain’t gonna be cheap or done in the blink of an eye – possibly. I’ll know more in the next few days. I think this is seriously why my jaw is aching! I woke up feeling like I’d been punched or something. Sorry for my blah-blah. I just felt I needed to explain how I got from Mount Everest to a SOLD sign 😉