Tree With A Big Heart (#707)

This morning I was feeling very disheartened.  I had just driven off from my third campground in as many days. Each was one that I had planned to volunteer at for a few months.

The first was a state park without any cell phone service.  The second was also a state park which had offered me a FHU site in exchange for 24 hours work per week.  During my orientation on Sunday, the ranger changed that to 32 hours a week.  Not cool ~

Yesterday I was at a 55+ RV park applying for an office position but feeling like an outcast amidst some very nice people who were into a very, very laid-back lifestyle.  Although, they had advertised a very active membership doing all sorts of fun things.  Boo.

So once again, I bid adieu and found myself driving into a Walmart parking lot in Bushnell just to sit in my little home on wheels, be sad a bit, maybe have a cry and decide what to do next.

Here’s what I saw next ~

Even at my ebb tide, the Universe ~ my Spirit Guides/Angels ~ whoever or whatever invisible but ever present forces are here with me ~ presented me with a sign ~  a Tree with a Big Heart!

All the strange and wonderful energies surrounding me turned my tears of sadness to tears of joy.

Take Heart ~ Everything Always Works Out ❤️

Live Oak Tree with Spanish Moss and a Big Heart

About TinCanTraveler

Born under a wand'rin' star.... living in my Winnebago, traveling the country, explorer/adventurer, photographer, writer, chi master, massage therapist, retired teacher/counselor, work camper. Appreciation for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace.
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10 Responses to Tree With A Big Heart (#707)

  1. Leya says:

    How wonderful – nature is the helper.

  2. Sher says:

    Love the ending to your story. What a happy ending. The beginning, not so much. Hope you find your nesting place soon. Light at the end of the tunnel. Where there’s a heart there’s hope.

  3. nomaggsrush says:

    You’re being sent where you’re meant to be ❣️

  4. Thanks for sharing the challenging moments as well as all the beautiful ones, Annie. I love the heart tree, and yes I feel the large trees as loving angels. I’ve just come back from a cancer clinic in Germany where they had some enormous sycamores. When I have time I’ll post a photo of me communing with one of them. They were definitely part of the miraculous healing I experienced there! love Sarah

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