Commuting to the mall via public transportation? Check! Very successful. Would have been perfectly successful but I kinda missed the connecting bus. On the plus side, I came home with a BARGAIN bag of bagel chips.
(Leaving the downtown terminal [walking across the street] to pick up a library book real quick, with a detour through the on-site coffee shop equals delay. Oops, couldn’t be helped. I caught the next one. A bit of a wait, but not too bad.)
We were going to stop for some grocery gathering, since this is Tuesday. But I forgot to load the car with our shopping bags and the list. When Dan came to pick me up, he had no clue that these items should have accompanied him. So. We’ll do it tomorrow before he has to leave for HIS work.
Waking up went nicely as well. (Positive attitude, people!) My dreams were confusing, but no less vivid than they have been lately Here’s what I heard, with no question about it:
authenticity of emotion.
We are to acknowledge and then honour our feelings, knowing that we are capable of so much heartfelt passion and sentiment.
And hey, speaking of such, look at the card we received to back this one up. (This is one of my favorite angel artists, too.)
‘Trust and follow your renewed passion in your love life and career.
Playing it safe can lead to staleness and depression. You have asked for more happiness and definite direction. I’ve lit the flame of passion in your heart to lead and guide you. It’s safe for you to take risks and follow your heart’s desire.
Ask me to be your partner along your path of passion, to guide and nurture you. When you feel a strong knowingness, alongside a burning passion, pay attention, as this is my way of giving you information about your next step.’
Working with Archangel Haniel:
Haniel’s name means ‘Glory of God’ and she can help you be glorious by living at your highest potential. She’ll guide your hidden talents, and help you polish your skills. Then, when you apply your masterful ways to your true passions, Divine magic occurs!”
Archangel Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
Today’s news from the mall:
is this view.
This is looking towards Santa. He’s there, just in the shadows, beyond where it says “Exit Only” on the far right.
(Title credit goes to my Seattle girl, speaking of newsy news professionals.)