Living! The way life was intended. What a concept, LOL. 

My vacation to Belize was so much more than I will ever be able to put into words.  There was a feeling inside of me that I have never felt before and the only thing I can associate it with is the feeling a child/infant must have.  No worries, pure joy, excitement and love…those of the feelings I had during my stay in the rain-forest/jungle/bush.

The people I encountered where nothing but pleasant and so full of life.  It was a wonderful feeling to see children happy, laughing and playing with each other using only what nature has provided.

What an amazing time in my life!!!  I had a few adventures like zip-lining through the rain-forest, going to an organic chocolate “factory”, seeing an organic eco farm/resort and experiencing the 3rd largest Mayan ruins site.  WOW!!!! The amount of information on history as told by a Mayan descendant, the information on plants, trees and flowers I could have only imagined has my head spinning days later.

I also made a number of amazing connections with people from around the world and got to spread the message about MyCoCreations, why and how I do what I do.

One thing I could not get over is the abundance of food, real food, growing wild, growing everywhere in great amounts it is not even possible for the people to consume it all.  We hear so often in the US that we have it so good and other countries are living in such a depressed state, without food, without running water, without… BUT what I have realized first hand is that here in the US is that WE are the ones living in a depressed state and eating unhealthy “food”, drinking unhealthy water and having to pay top dollar for pure real food.

All in all my time away has given me hope that I can and will LIVE in an environment that I always knew existed deep in my consciousness.  I appreciate the experience and wish that others can one day have that same feeling.  ~ << PURE LOVE >> ~


Many thanks to all that I encountered!!





Mayan Ruins of Xunantunich


Zip-Lining in Bocawina National Park


  1. how wonderful!!! thanks for sharing, and check out that handmade gear…ha! you look so happy. 🙂

    (and i completely understand where you're coming from when you talk about a desire to live in such an environment. that's been on my mind a lot lately as well.)

  2. i'm so glad you had that experience. that whole thing is so YOU. every time i see you, you're in your garden, or mixing herbs, or making things with your hands. of course you would love the place where that's the way everybody lives!

    i feel you on thinking that the U.S. is all that, and coming back feeling like we are the deprived ones. i felt that when i came back from africa.

    beautiful pics, beautiful you.
    you are glowing!

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