100 hours of bliss

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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Since I've finally met my Dream Girl, the first thing I have to do is talk about her.

But, before doing that I must be honest with everyone. She wasn't what I had imagined. I've seen and I see beautiful and sexy women every day in my life. I pictured my Dream Girl as fitting one of these descriptions. I imagined her being younger, as measured by time on earth, and having physical features that more closely match what society, in general, call a beautiful woman.

On Wednesday Pranee and I went to her hotel. Her to do some work, me also. I wrote my last entry. I'm sitting at one end of the restaurant, she at the other. I look at her and I see the most beautiful woman in the world. I can't help smiling. For a 46 year old Thai woman she looks amazing. She says that she hasn't done her 3 hours of yoga and other exercises in months. I can just picture what she would look like if she did. She has also spent too much time in the sun and has blotches on her skin. She is like most women who think they are too fat or too skinny or too, whatever. She knows how she would like to look. But she is satisfied with the way she actually does look.

But to me, admiring her from across a room, I cannot stop smiling. She is Perfect!

The look I feel I am giving Pranee is the one I've noticed in Katrine when she looks at Kyle. It's the one I've seen in many couples who are truly "right" for each other. It's what Katy called, the sparkle in your eyes.

There is a purpose to why my Dream Girl probably wouldn't make a Top 10 most beautiful women in the world list. Beauty is personal. The places in the world that I visit and really enjoy are MY list. Books after book are written about the Top 100 places to visit before you die or the Top 50 things to do in the World. I don't need a book to tell me what I feel is right for me. Do some research, read National Geographic, look at a map, make up your own mind as to what you want. Read the facts, not someone's opinion.

Whether it's places to visit, a Dream job, the perfect mate, or healthy foods to eat, listen to your heart, it knows all the answers as to what is right for YOU!

Pranee was born on a farm in northeast Thailand, near Laos. The middle child of eight, they were very poor. I can not even imagine how poor her family was. I doubt poverty in North America even comes close. At 12 years old she went to work helping her aunt in the market. Pranee had a difficult life with her mother. She hated her then because of what her mother did to her. Her aunt was no better. At 14 she started working construction. She did some brick laying and concrete work. This led to her life in real estate. She built homes and businesses and then sold them. She was very successful.

She also lost everything due to a few unscrupulous business partners. But this hasn't kept her down. She knows that if she did it once she can do it again. She's traveled the world visiting friends. She's lived in the USA for a year. She has one couple as friends who live in Beverly Hills and live next to where ex-President Reagan lived. She's been to his house. She's flown an airplane and done some sailing.

She is such an amazing woman. We've just met and it's like we've known each other all our lives. She does what I call the "little" things for me. Stuff that most people would find inconsequential. But these things are important to me. Likewise I do the same for her. Tonight, we met some of her friends at her restaurant. She's sitting facing the swimming pool. Someone has moved one of the spotlights and it's shining right in her eyes. She mentions that. I go and move it without her asking. There's no reason to ask.

This afternoon I went to the bank near the hotel to transfer funds to pay for my tour in Bhutan next month. I had left my iPad at the hotel behind the bar. She comes to the bank as she's finished her work at the hotel. I ask her if she's brought my iPad. She says, "Do you have to ask?" The answer is, I shouldn't have. I trust her, and her me. We truly do understand each other at a level that is hard to understand in the world we live in. I know this is true because I can hear all the naysayers in the world saying, you've just met her. You need months and even years to know someone.

I don't believe that is true. Why? Because I've been very specific in what I asked for in my Dream Girl and am aware of what I wanted and have. If I've forgotten I get a reminder.

Pranee and I have been within eyesight of each other for the past 100 hours or so, mostly. I did go out to eat on Tuesday because she has nothing to eat in her house. She spends all her time at the hotel. That is, until Tuesday, the day after Valentine's Day. She stayed home to clean her house and work in her garden, stuff that has been on her to-do list for a long time. This is the first day in over 4 months that she hadn't been in the hotel. She only received one call from her staff, from the chef, because she had promised him that she would go shopping. She went on Wednesday.

Tuesday night we went out for supper. She took me to a restaurant along Patong Bay. After supper we stopped for a walk along the beach. It wasn't very romantic as this part of the beach was along the highway and cars were constantly passing by and making a lot of noise. But then, romance is what you make of it.

Wednesday night we went out for supper with her friends from Ottawa, Canada. After supper we went for a drink at her friend' bar, a place we had stopped at on Monday. On Tuesday she had ordered all the food for the two of us. Wednesday she did the same for the four of us. I ate seafood those two nights that would have made me gag just a few years ago. But now, I use my mind to say that I eat anything and everything. And I do. The mind is a very powerful organ. The unfortunate thing is that we do not know how to use it properly. Science is still working on the instruction manual. But then, the manual might end up looking like a DVD player manual. Written by technologists and translated into 50 different languages with each version slightly different. So no one knows how to make the DVD player function properly. This is the same problem that has happened with religion. No expansion on that subject at this time.

Yes, Pranee and I had 100 hours of bliss. The bonus is that it hasn't ended. Together, or not, we are now linked. The Akashic Field ensures that we are never apart.

Think It! Feel It! Live It! Love It!

PS. I love you Pranee!

PPS. I must say that Pranee now has a good relationship with her mother. Why? Because Pranee now understands that how her mother was when she was growing up wasn't her mother's fault. That where we come from impacts how we are. Until we can honestly look into a mirror and see if we are the person we want to be and can change ourself, it is up to others to accept us as we are and not blame us or anyone us for being that way.

PPPS. Pranee is in my life for a reason, just like everyone else is. She's here to prove that no matter the poverty you came from, how badly you were treated by a parent, that no matter who's taken advantage of you in your life, that you don't have an education, or whichever other excuse people use to say they cannot do something, that your life really is created by the thoughts you have.
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