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A sky full of clouds, all shapes and sizes with the sun trying to get through it over the mountains as I drive!
Fresh tea releasing its fine scent into the slightly cool morning air while enjoying it´s refreshing, body- and heartwarming gift.
The beautiful mountain ash in my front yard. I have always tried to fill my home with beautiful things to look at, but we are having a lot of work done so a lot of the house is upside down, but it will be great when finished.
Glorious Redwood Trees….✨
The ocean, the sunrise, my son.
The sky, the trees, leaves starting to bud out on some, puffs of light green lichen adorning the branches of the trees closest to me like cotton balls. We’ve moved to a different AirBnB as our home remodeling project drags on so it’s a different view than I had at the first one. Yesterday I went for a walk and saw beautiful mosses on stone walls and crocuses blooming. Spring?!
Yes to spring……….a bit off at this elevation Barb, but we are in the beginning of mud season!
The morning fog outside my prayer window. On this traditional cross-quarter date, I am being blessed with new insights into ways darkness is moving toward light in my life on this Candlemas Day.🕯
Happy Imbolc Day!
The great outdoors always calls to me first. The light comes in slowly, and I expect the birds will be moving into view soon. I have heard a few chirps. and spotted a couple of squirrels. Indoors, I have the mantles decorated a bit for Valentine’s Day. I did it more simply this year, and am enjoying both the colors and the simplicity. Have a great day!
The sun is shining brightly this morning through my home office after many days of gray skies and heavy fog.
My beautiful cat Pumpkin.
She is amazingly beautiful in so many
ways. Her eyes alone, are incredibly
beautiful and worthy of much attention.
I feel the exact same way with my Daphne.
Light. The rising sun, or when it peeks between the clouds and washes everything with brilliant color. At the end of the day when the dimming glow in the sky still illuminates your path while hiking home. A single light or campfire in the dark countryside. A star filled sky. So much warmth and beauty.
The Louisiana Bayou outside my window…we have come to this spot every winter for a day or two or 7 …and how we enjoy watching this water.
The light of the day that illuminates what the dark hid.
A tiny spider on the blind caught my attention. The way the lighting was accentuated its tiny legs was breathing. I often wondered how they walk with all those legs an I stumble with two.
It’s my cellphone wallpaper. The picture features me and a little cute puppy from my visit to my hometown. Her name is Udon. I don’t know how she knows that I am part of the family, even though she joined us after I had already moved to the U.S. I met her once, and when I saw her again after a year, she still remembered me. It’s sweet to enjoy the picture of her and me, highlighting how adorable and friendly she is.
Since I am starting late this morning, there are so many: my kittens, my daughter twilighting in the bed… Right now, what stands out is the picture of my spiritual teacher and I in India last fall. Her face radiates the light of the Divine Mother.
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