My son texted me this afternoon with a really good dinner idea. So then we ended up being late. Because we’re like that. But hey, it was an EXCELLENT meal, and I got to hang out with my kid. Win win.
For the post? Well, how about a view of our day and the message. Because really, that may be all I can get up here in time. (Hmm, too late,that ship sailed 17 minutes ago.)
It was so gorgeous out that I spent some time doing a tiny bit of front yard maintenance (okay, mostly I just wove honeysuckle into the fence). As I was coming in though I noticed that my shoes were pretty filthy, top and bottom. So I washed them. Then set them out to dry.
After the yard-time, but before dinner, we walked. (Distances below.) Just a quick tour around the neighborhood to see what everyone has been up to.
These folks have crocus. And what I believe could be narcissus or maybe early daffodils. (Seriously, I don’t the difference between those yellow ones, except that the daffs pop up later in the season.)
On our card altar we have an old favorite. I love the look of this illustration too, very ancient feeling, yet warm.
“St Joan of Arc ~ You’re a Leader
You are called upon to use your leadership skills to help an important cause. You probably know or suspect the nature of this endeavor already. You have natural qualities that will inspire others to help. Even if you don’t think of yourself in this way, trust that this card comes to you as a clear message of your selection for this position.
Prayer, God, Joan of Arc, and other saints and angels will give you clear guidance as to how to be the best leader. Your Divinely guided actions and words will motivate others into positive work. A leader best serves by being a living example and role model, so live in such a way that others admire your integrity and strength of character….”
As always, please change any words that aren’t right for you, feel free to substitute them for better choices in your situation.
Saints & Angels Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
was 3.06, in 1 hour, 4 minutes, with an average speed of 2.715 MPH (which is not at all accurate). Dan’s program stopped part way because I made him use his fancy phone for looking at a real estate sign. The maps didn’t come out very good this time.
Today’s Traveler News:
from Empress and the guys, caption was what her message said.
LateNight Phone Photo of Joy and Happiness:
just now, as we were getting home, my son sent me a this. Ready? (Holy crap this is exciting!)
ONE BLOCK from his house! Since when? We don’t know, but we certainly will soon. I found THIS but now I must go investigate further.