There are a few moments, unclaimed, in my afternoon. So I’m grabbing them to get this post pre-written. We just got home from our outing (gym was cancelled but we had other biking errands) and will be leaving again soon. It’s hot, and I need to stop sweating before attempting to dress for the rest of my day.
Tomorrow Dan goes back to work. Neither one of us is ready for it. Three weeks isn’t as long as it sounds. But we did get some shit done, and we did have loads of fun. (More events coming up in a few days, on his regular weekend, so stay tuned.)
My waking up, earlier today, brought with it the scraps of an unsettling dream, and the knowledge that it’d be hot out again (like super hot). I was only partially looking forward to it. Here’s what I heard, and then I had to laugh at the Universe’s way of reprimanding my bratty self elf.
then acknowledge and appreciate
your MANY blessings.
These always make me think. Some more than others. And when they chime right in with our daily draw, then I’m just all ’round thrilled.
“Proceeding Softly ~
My inner power grows in moments of quietude.
Go forward, slowly and gently. Stop to smell the daisies and enjoy the view. Love and appreciate what is here now.
The Universe wants you to know:
When you take your time and go slowly, new perceptions blossom that you can’t see if you’re moving fast. Step out of the rapid pace of everyday life, and step into the majesty of stillness.
Resist the impulse to go ahead with your first instinct, and tune in to your deeper intuition. Power is born when you relax into the present moment.
Questions to ask yourself:
What is the underlying wisdom for me regarding being cautions? Is there an area of my life where I should slow down? Should I view a certain person or situation in my life with caution?
My inner power grows in moments of quietude.”
Gateway Oracle Cards by Denise Linn
was slow, due to wind and the fact that we weren’t in any rush, with a pace of only 9.3 MPH, going 8.414 miles out and back, pedaling time of 53 minutes 43 seconds. The Deputy is trying to send me his map, but it seems not to want to go.
is a gift from the turkeys, this time NOT near my new table, but in the street.
I set it up onto the curb. School starts this week, so it seemed like maybe a kid walking past might need it more than we do.