This is the story of my current life: I get up early in the mornings to see someone seriously ill and three times a week to do my fitness program. Then, after morning coffee, it is time to do some of the many chores that come with living in a big old house. Frequently, already at this time, I will have received calls from our dear friends, asking either for my company on a fun trip or for help doing something for a common friend.
Afternoons are not always so busy, as it is here that we recuperate and rest for a couple of hours. However, sometimes we help each other with a project or share a couple of glasses of wine to solve the world situation.
Then comes the long evenings, where I get even more creative than during the day. At this time of day, I work on some of my many creative projects or plan my next move in my writing adventure or a brand new witchcraft ritual.
Yesterday, we celebrated the Sabbath of Samhain a little earlier than usual. I knew I would be too busy today going to the bank for money and shopping for groceries. And tomorrow, it would have been too stressful, as I need to go vote for the election to the Danish Folketing, our parliament, receive a visit from both my counselor and my hairdresser, and prepare myself for my work at the social house.
The pictures show my main altar, ancestor altar, and Tarot cards. It was a long ritual with many readings and prayers for the New Year ahead of us. It was beautiful and meaningful, however. I have kept the altars for my counselor to see, as she is interested in spiritual paths too.
Yesterday, I also decided to do something new this new year. From now on, I will write and publish on Mondays. The first day of the week, well, as life goes on here at my spot on Mother Earth, anything can happen here.
Besides, I need at least one day a week where I don´t have to be somewhere, with somebody, doing something.
Busy living life as were every day my last, a whole day off, only doing creative stuff, will serve me well mentally. I need to be extremely careful in working hard on my mental stamina, as bipolar disorder, anxiety, and ADHD are all challenging and demanding to learn to live well with.
This last week, my husband and I have worked hard to improve our health after the Coronavirus targeted my husband and I got swept off my feet by nasty stomach flu. It is no fun whatsoever, and I´m happy to announce that we are safe and healthy again.
Tomorrow, it is election time. And I have never before been so much in doubt who or what party to vote for. I no longer trust politicians, as they speak way too slyly for my taste. Still, the action behind the fancy words is seldom helpful to anybody but themselves. I wouldn´t buy a used car from any of them, so my vote goes to either the party closest to my beliefs or becomes a blank vote.
I asked the 14 party leaders what they would do to help the weak and vulnerable people of our society, but only two of them replied. The answers were, of course, carefully freed from binding promises.
I´m not impressed at all.
I see the direct results of decades of downright rotten politics when I go to the social houses in my county. Deeply hurt and needy people whose lives are in the hands of a harsh system where people only seldom smile.
Because they are reduced to a number in the bean-counting atmosphere of office people with little or no life experiences outside their own turf.
Or left to take care of their lives alone, as no one seems to care whether they have a meaningful existence or not.
We aren´t making things any better by adding more laws, more cold calculations, and more airy talk about what we should be doing instead of actually making a positive difference for as many people as possible.
But today, there is no politics on the menu. I simply can´t listen to any more talking; I need to see some action.
And that action is to write this post today and to work determined on my current 5D diamond image, the four seasons in the form of a small house carefully decorated with each season´s characteristics. I will show it to you as soon as it is finished.
My husband is out in his beloved garden, celebrating Halloween with a beautiful bonfire. I prefer to stay inside the house, as my arthritis is having a party tormenting my lower back and every fiber in my body.
So, I sit here in our living home, which has become a cozy den. We have put up plaster walls and added long thick curtains so that it is possible to save at least a little sum of money on the heating bill. We
also try to use less electricity, as the bills only go one way, which is up.
Yes, we live in hectic times with inflation rising everywhere on almost everything.
But here at my sacred place, life is busy as usual. So we try to spend less, use what we already have before buying something new, and seek happiness in whatever we do together.
Thirty words left to greet new readers and followers; welcome and blessed be. May our journey together be fun and mindful, filled with trust.
May your week be filled with joy and loving bliss, dear readers and followers. May the world soon come to its senses instead of fighting for the wrong causes. And may my current life continue to be so busy, wonderful, and happy.
As we all will it, so mote it be.
Merry meet and merry part and merry meet again.