My sleep was much better last night and this morning. SO much better, in fact, that it continued for hours into the afternoon. Which was fine, because the entire day looked like this.
I’ll share another view, below. But for now let’s get on with our messages. No opportunity to read or study or listen to CDs. (We were busy monitoring the frozen
deadly spears tree limbs that crashed down all around the neighborhood.)
Our daily draw and what I was shown match up nicely:
our own responsibility.
We make our way, down the path, adventuring along, helping and learning and interacting as need be. What we don’t always pay attention to is what’s our to claim.
What I saw was that, for good or bad, we have to own it. Take credit and take blame. Not in a harsh or harmful way, simply as acceptance of our own actions and free will.
And then, we can move on, back to our journey. Acknowledging and getting back on course. Having learned, and held ourselves accountable, we are ready for the next experience.
Returning to our regular rotation around the card altar, this is part of the next step.
Schedule a sacred date with yourself.
You deserve time for your life.”
And we do, we deserve to be honoured for our hard work, and honoured by ourselves. No one else needs to dote on us or take care of our needs, not all the time anyway. Own it, claim it, be it.
Self-Care Cards by Cheryl Richardson
Today’s Photography Comparisons:
involves yesterday’s shot, this one (which I’m re-running to make things easier on us all.
That’s in the day. Now, thanks to Dan, we can see what it looks like at night.
I told you the faerie walk lights were cool! The glow from under all of that snow is purely magical.
Last Night’s Kitchen Adventure:
was a throw-together batch of dark chocolate rocky road fudge. When house-bound, I make candy. Apparently.
Even Later Check In:
from The Deputy. This is what’s going on during his work shift.
His accompanying text said, “….. six foot rotten oak pulled down the surrounding lines and almost pulled over the pole across the street.” So yeah, that’s been his week.