Again, with the tardy. On the plus side, I’m just late getting home, no one died. Simply me and my shaky relationship with time.
Let’s just get to it! Our channeled message arrived in a dream, and kinda bothered me. (Not because it was bad, merely because shit was happening that I couldn’t stop. And it featured a house, as most of mine do.)
With more responsibility and more possessions,
comes more work and more problems.
Are you familiar with Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richard’s Almanac? Because that’s what this one reminded me of.
On our card altar today I was forced to go with the cover-up option. I tried to find one that wasn’t quite so large, but in the end, this was pretty good. (And I’m crediting the illustrator, because we all love her work so much, we should get to know her name.)
“Goddess Of The Earth ~
An idea connected to imagination, creativity, and nature is coming your way.
The energy of Gaia, the spiritual Goddess of the Earth, is strong within you at present. She reflects the fertile ground of your imagination and the infinite power of creativity that you possess.
This is a good time to use your imagination and express yourself creatively. Keep an open heart and mind. You will receive an idea over the coming days or weeks that will lead you to an abundant and fulfilling way of life. This idea is somehow connected to imagination, creativity, and nature.
Over the coming days it would be beneficial to relax, spend some time in nature, and absorb her healing and fertile energies. Gaia will help to ground you and keep you balanced. In the near future she will also inspire you to devise ingenious ways to market your idea.”
How perfect is this one!? I love this message. Love it, love it, love it.
words from Angels, Gods, and Goddesses Oracle Cards by Toni Carmine Salerno, with illustration by Jennifer Hewitson.
was our regular Tuesday erranding, for 10.952 miles, in 1 hour 7 minutes 58 seconds, with an average speed of 9.6 MPH. This time Dan’s map worked, so be sure to see it HERE.
(I haven’t had time to look at it all up close yet, so I don’t know if it shows where we needed to stop and rest. The HUGE PILE of library books in my saddle bags and tied to the rack behind me ended up slowing us down.)
is a feature Hanna wrote, after visiting the Washington Department of Transportation. Read it HERE.