Why I’m the luckiest person on the Planet, Edition 11 @MELondonHotel

Glide through life as if all of creation is yearning to honor and entertain you.’–Rob Brezsny

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If you’ve ever taken a walk with a three-year-old (and if you haven’t, put it on your bucket list now), you know they notice and appreciate everything. 

Look, a ladybug! Look, a pebble! Look, I can kick it down the street.

 

That’s how I feel right now. Like a three-year-old, in complete awe and wonderment at all that’s happening to me. I just got to spend the weekend at the Hay House Ignite conference with Mastin Kipp, Gabby Bernstein, Jessica Ortner (and her totally cool friend, Sarah), a handsome young monk from Scotland named Sandy C. Newbigging and lots of other young gurus that Hay House (and Oprah) call the next generation of spiritual leaders.

 

I got to dance to Pharrell Williams “Happy” with a whole bunch of people in Hamburg and London. And I’m actually getting paid to do this. Is life freakin’ awesome or what?

 

And if that wasn’t enough, I was just served breakfast in bed (a latte and a fruit smoothie) at the London ME, a five-story hotel in London’s theatre district that has become THE place to be during London fashion week. From the rooftop suite, you can see all of London’s icons: Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, The Pickle, the Shard, the London Eye, to name a few.

 

The staff at ME London is so good-looking that recruiters for Ford and Marilyn modeling agencies should rush here posthaste.  Last night before seeing a live performance of “The Full Monty” I drank exotic cocktails at Radio, their rooftop bar that generates hour-long lines to get in.  And it is rumored that today, my little group of travel journalists might get a sneak preview of the Banksy exhibit that’s opening here in a couple weeks.

 

So life is sweet, my dear friends! And I am so grateful that, like a three-year-old, I am still pointing and saying, “Look!!”

  

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared and the and the soon-to-be-released sequel, E-Cubed.

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19 Comments on “Why I’m the luckiest person on the Planet, Edition 11 @MELondonHotel

  1. ohhh ahhh!!! gosh – what an inspiring blog post – take it all in!! enjoy, enjoy, enjoy. I am so glad you have the attitude of a three year old, noticing and enjoying every moment and experience!!

  2. Well if you hurry up and release e-cubed we could experience life like that too! ;)

    Love your writings.

  3. Happy Wednesday Pamela :) It was a real joy to join in the dance with you and everyone at the Hay House weekend. Thank you for your presence and your radiance…and I so agree…life is simply far more beautiful than words can adequately express. <3

  4. Sounds like you’re having a well-deserved blast. Enjoy every moment. Thanks for sharing.

    xoCarole

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  5. Keep on posting, Pam. I’m enjoying “through” you!!! Dreams DO come true and you are one of my best references! Warm regards fromArgentina, Violeta

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  6. Keep enjoying and being in awe! I saw a post on FB in which people were raving about your presentation. Congratulations!

  7. Enjoy Pam …. We are having unusual warm weather aswell !! Did you order this up in advance ? :)

  8. Am so very happy for you, Pam, you really do deserve it :) Hugs to you and have a great time :)

  9. Hi Pam,
    Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!!!
    I’m so happy you are living your dreams by Being you and Doing you. That’s what Living Life really means!

  10. Hi Pam, Great that you’re enjoying London. I enjoyed your talk and dancing along to ‘Happy’ then meeting you afterwards. I only bought a ticket after you said in your blog you were speaking at the event. Glad I did!. Best wishes Lesley

  11. Hi Pam
    Welcome to my hometown and glad you’re enjoying. I was gutted that I wasn’t able to attend the seminar at Hay House and get a chance to meet with you. Hopefully, you will be back in London to give many more talks in the future. All the best Naomi

  12. Pam thanks so much for posting, and thanks for writing your books; they are so inspirational to me! I love the way you look at life! I am so happy to be here on this Planet, learning, growing, expanding, loving, the Universe. It is full of beauty and opportunity. I am so appreciative of all the truth I encounter. Thanks for taking the time to share. Enjoy

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