Can you hear Willie singing “On The Road Again” as loudly in your heads as I can? Because he is. I can’t believe how travel-y these past few months have been. But fun! Hell yeah.
So, I’m pre-writing, before noon. We’ll be driving in a few short hours, then arriving at our destination with one kid in tow, meeting one (plus her bonus guy) there, all three Grand Dogs prominently displayed. Son joins us tomorrow morning. It’s all very exciting. And yipee, more hotel time.
Before I gathered up the journaling supplies and card decks, I set out the no-longer-in-rotation stacks for a nice photo.
There are still a few very obscure selections that I’ve left on the other table. We never used them, but I don’t throw anything away, so they will just be over there for now.
Our message is nice today, because it’s such a reassuring sign; genuinely welcome and gratifying when we receive ones like this.
“Hello From Heaven ~
Your loved ones in Heaven are doing fine. Let go of worries, and feel their loving blessings.
Your loved ones are not far away, in fact, they’re quite near. In your quiet moments, you can feel their presence. These really are true visitations, and I ask you to trust your intuition. You may notice dream visits from deceased loved ones. Know that they are happy, free of all suffering, and want the same for you.
Your loved ones want to work with your guardian angels to help you be peaceful, so watch for other signs from Heaven.”
One of my favorite Sylvia lines is, “of course your relatives on the Other Side are fine, they’re Home! It’s us you need to worry about!” Because no matter what you call it, that place is where it all began and where we all end up. (Well, “all” in that anyone who is seeking answers is included, psychopaths etc really don’t count, as far as I’m concerned.)
Substitute words that don’t work for you, but do pay attention to what’s being said here. In fact, if you feel the need for MORE contact, simply sit, breathe, and talk to them. Then, listen.
Archangel Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
Overheard From Down The Hall While I Was Typing Away And thought My Beloved Was Busy Packing:
“get out from around the damn toilet Max, you look like a drunk college student. Seriously, come on, other people need to use that area.”
(Keep in mind, it’s only me and Dan in The Burrow. And the [perhaps intoxicated?] dog.)