On this wildly wet and windy Friday (yes, it’s all of those things here right now, trust me, I was out in it for what seemed like a freaking lifetime), we are going to begin with my last April calendar view.  I know nothing about the featured country, but this image is outstandingly beautiful.

Gullfoss Falls, Iceland
Gullfoss Falls,

             I DID just find an interesting (and interestingly translated) bit of history (or perhaps folklore) about the location though.  Go HERE, it’s a super quick read (and a better picture).

             In the card altar room, our daily draw is from that stack without a guidebook,  simply a reverse-side notation.  It echos the affirmation we received with our Gold message, again: validating.


“Dreams  ~

Think big!

There are unseen forces ready to support your dreams.”

             I love this message, I’m just not a huge fan of the disembodied bits and parts floating around the scenery.  Still, I go back to appreciating the words, and then just glance away.

Today’s Deck:

Self-Care Cards by Cheryl Richardson

             As good as I am at tuning in, and channeling with various oracles and Tarot (most recently in several readings that were focused on past lives), understanding the planets (other than on a VERY basic and remedial level) is still challenging.   I cannot express to you all how happy I am that Corina brought us Sarah and her site.

             Having proper tools to access the lessons/mysteries, and aid our progress along this journey, is essential.  The more help we can get the better.  Here is an excerpt from her latest posting.  Go read the entire thing (HERE) when you have a moment, it’s detailed and phenomenally well done.

“….. So what does Neptune look like when it can just be itself, no holds barred?  In a word: love.  It looks like love.  It is love.  Trouble is, we rarely know what that means, so we might mistake some things – such as neediness or attachment – for love, and overlook love in some of its less obvious guises.  These first ten days of April are an opportunity to learn more about love and to discover some of its less recognisable faces…..”

             Since we know that love is the basis and the foundation for us being here (that, and helping others, as well as ourselves) then now being aware of this opportunity is VERY exciting!  The fact is, knowing MORE is simply BETTER for us all.

Today’s Mileage:

was, as I mentioned, rainy and uncomfortable, to the gym and back for 8.931 miles at 9.4 MPH in 56 minutes and 30 seconds.

Today’s Sharing:

is from my Hurricane and her brother.  First up, she sent us THIS, because apparently we needed ALL of these.  And J.D. took a phone photo as soon as he’d arrived in Seattle, at THIS place.

Time warp, most welcome.
Time warp,
always welcome.

             The accompanying text said, “seriously, who has keys like this anymore?!  I love this place!”  Me too, Jade.  Me too.

5 thoughts on “Reinforcements.

  1. Huh, the Gullfoss Falls story is cute!

    Total agreement on the disembodied parts on the card, but awesome validation!

    I had no idea about any of that, now I want to know more about Iceland, the mythology, and their waterfalls!

    10:19 p.m.

  2. Looks like Siblings in Seattle is off to a great start. JD posted some pictures of his train ride up there. What a great time they are poised to have. I love the bear den view…

    He does like to get the most out of his vacation days……

    10:21 p.m.

  3. The wet and windy has left us for a few days and we’re actually getting up into the 50’s!! Maybe even the 60’s by Monday!!! (Can you tell I’m excited?)

    For some reason I just don’t think of waterfalls when I think of Iceland. I was commenting to Spider Bait about it and he says, “Moooom, Iceland is famous for its rivers and waterfalls!” *sigh*

    OMG. Those webcams are like crack. Nooooo….

    As I said above to Corina, I had no freaking clue about Iceland, or the waterfalls. Definitely not you Robin, we don’t all know this!

    10:23 p.m.

    (Yeah, I knew it was gonna be bad to post those animal links, but I HAD to.)

    1. The only thing I knew about Iceland up until this point was because I happened to watch a Nova episode about its volcanoes (Doomsday Volcanoes)… I don’t recommend watching it, because it’s scary, scary shit… they have some of the killerest volcanoes on the planet… literally… like if one were to erupt it would spew lethal shit (I believe it was sulphorous gas) into the air that would blanket much of Europe, and kill many many many people, and the crops (this is actually the reason behind a long ago famine and mysterious death-spurt in Europe). The biggest one would fill the atmosphere with ash & dust so bad that it would induce GLOBAL cooling and probable world-wide famine… yay Iceland! LOL!

  4. I’ve wanted for years to go to Iceland. Maybe it will be like Wales: after years of wanting, I saved up and spent 3.5 weeks in Wales in ’91. It was awesome and beautiful.

    Still recovering from the driving, so I’m not entirely coherent yet.

    Iceland needs to be a destination, for sure!

    10:24 p.m.

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