As you all know, if you’ve been here in JulieLand for ANY period of time, I am not a tidy witch. I do NOT live in a beautifully decorated historic home (as much as I would desperately love to).
I do get my dishes done daily, and my laundry is caught up every weekend. What I’m less than stellar with is the over-all maintenance cleaning. Definitely don’t do any on a seasonal basis.
So, today’s message was heartbreaking. The images I was shown were a series of putting away scenes, storing cleverly suggestions, cleaning deeply aspects, all visions with a clear get-it-together attitude. “Tidy” was the bottom line; a place for everything . . . .
and everything in its place.
Which meant that, obviously, I had to leave the house. Immediately. Twice. Because this damn reminder/portent/suggestion/omen/whateverthefuck sat in the back of mind like an annoying and throbbing low-grade headache. Not really going anywhere, and not really going away. It was just there. For me to try and ignore.
But, of course, that’s not how it works, so now, we must face it. There is just shit that needs cleaning. I know this! And fine, I’ll do some. Soon. Very soon. I promise.
For this minute though? We’re gonna peek at our daily draw. It’s from a stack that only calls out on the rare occasion. But every time, it has something important to say. This afternoon was no different.
“Being Patient with Impotency ~
Many times life makes us feel impotent –
we wish to do so many things but we’re feeling stuck.
Please realize that even in these times of aimless wandering, we are learning. Let us be patient in our spiritual quest for knowledge.”
Is the cleaning a form of “get going” from this stuck-ness? Or will it merely help with the aimless wandering? Hard to say. Apply as it best suits you. I’ll be over here, plugging in the vacuum cleaner and trying to find a dust rag.
Sylvia Browne’s Heart and Soul Cards
is really from some days back, obviously before the rains returned (and they have, believe me) but after the snow had started to melt.
We have not seen one in such a long time, this was especially delightful.
includes a single Ohio, possibly a Delaware (that only Dan saw), and one Pennsylvania (who appeared to be slightly lost, and we totally would have stopped to help but they went a different direction).
have a new photo, of my latest hair trim. In the process of growing out, we must continue to keep healthy.