Since the boys arrived safely I’ve been waiting to hear how Dan and Tess’s walks are going. She is the Great Dane who lives in his sister’s house. HERE is a shot to refresh your memory (scroll all the way down to the bottom of that post). And HERE is where they went today.
Right now, as I sit here typing, the entire family (or at least as many as they could gather) are enjoying the über popular food from THIS PLACE. Which the deputy and I found by watching a show called Cheese Paradise. No one has checked in with me yet for a review, but here’s picture tweeted at the end of their meal.
Most of my afternoon was spent on the bike. I won’t be putting up the regular mileage because I can’t be sure it’s correct. It was a gym day, on my own, then I rode across the river to see about another meditation CD at the mall. (I found one, on sale, and bought it with the change we had in a jar downstairs next to where the official government uniforms live.) My ride was somewhat more than 14 and a half miles. Like, 14.651, possibly.
The other thing we’re going to do differently this time is the daily draw. It’s one we’ve seen before, but since it’s full of Doreen-isms, I’m not going to use her words verbatim I’ll go a bit more channeled and see what the radio picks up.
This one talks about the letting go of old issues, releasing any useless and stagnant patterns that we might have hanging around, or are unconsciously hanging on to. It could have to do with Mothers, or it could have to do with a compassionate attitude that we simply aren’t feeling right now.
By releasing these issues we open up our hearts to accepting joy, to making space for positive emotions. One of the worst things we can do is carry around old guilt and fear. Let all of that go now, allow the healing to begin. When we give ourselves permission to do this, it makes room for much more wonderful opportunities and blessings.
Magical Mermaids and Dolphins Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
will be cheesy biscuits. Because.
is from one of my fabulous cousins, (also named) Dan.
He takes these solitary walks, and communes with nature, capturing some of the most stunning and remarkable images. We are SO grateful that he agreed to let us witness and feel this healing imagery.